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Sansa e 260 problem

My player turns on but when I put it on to play songs,artists,etc it will play one song and when it goes to switch to the next song it resets itself back to the mode selection page or it will shut off after it does its thing that it does when you first turn it on.

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I was charging my Sansa and then I look down at it and it was on a blank screen. Now it won't turn on. The computer says that the equipment has malfunctioned. I can not get to do anything at all. It was working fine, all I did was put it on charge. Can anyone out there help me with this problem. Has anyone out there seen this same problem with their unit?

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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I was charging my Sansa and then I look down at it and it was on a blank screen. Now it won't turn on. The computer says that the equipment has malfunctioned. I can not get to do anything at all. It was working fine, all I did was put it on charge. Can anyone out there help me with this problem. Has anyone out there seen this same problem with their unit?

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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