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My mp3 won't turn on

I turned it on this morning and it still had at least half the battery life left. I tried to turn it on two hours later and now it won't turn on. I plugged it into the computer thinking the battery was dead and nothing is showing up on the screen. I have a sansa and i turned it on half-hour ago w/half battery life and now when i plugged it in to the computer the screen is blank!

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  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2008

    poor battery life;

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Remove the battery and while the battery is out plug it to the camputer.

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    How do i set up a playlist

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