It could be the classic lockup that these players are famous for but usually they botup to the sandisk screen and then its a brick, anyway try a total hardware reset by:
1 taking out the battery.
2 holding the powerbutton down for 40 seconds
3 waiting 5 minutes before putting in a fresh battery and starting over.
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Hi coffee friend I have just answered this question. I think After you have done all the cleaning you have done, you can try this: do check that all knobs correctly set. That the steam spout is closed. that the water tank sitter correctly Disconnect from power, wait 2-3minutes connect again and hope for the best. Kolbrun
You have a bad electrical connection. Check the wiring harness and both sides of it's connectors for corrosion and or breakage. The connector terminals will become worn and corroded and the wiring sheaths a prone to weathering and become brittle. Replace or clean as needed.
There is no need to bleed the brakes unless you get air in them. Just removing the pads and pressing the cylinder back in won't let air in. If you are doing rear disc brakes the cylinder on those has to be screwed back in. I've been able to do it in the past by using a pair of pliers to rotate the cylinder but they do make a special tool you can pick up at a part store for this purpose.
I also have that problem but I am unable to find a file name with Sansa in my documents so I am unable to do a hard reset. Any other suggestions?