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Do I have a Bent Pin In Connector (see photo)?

My PC will no longer connect to my Sansa e250. It was working fine for a year, now when i connect it nothing happens. I have tried everything. No I think I have a pent pin, but how would I know for sure? Here is a link to a photo of my connector (yes it really is a photo of my connector). http://aycu29.webshots.com/image/25028/2002719917023236211_rs.jpg

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Call the company dont try to fix it on your own or you might breke it even more.

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