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Sound My Sansa turns on and it appears like the song is playing. The sound bar is white and when I try to increase the volume turns white again. I did try installing a new battery & that didn't work

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When I have this problem, I go to the menu, highlight fm radio and the sound comes bac. Then I go back to 'play music mode' . It's worked every tme.

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

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