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Old 09-04-2009, 07:42 AM
ranger67 ranger67 is offline
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Sounds like it's time to contact sandisk for a repair/replacement. If the price for that is too high, you always have the choice of living with it or trashing it for a new one.

If this were strictly mechanical, I'd say try taking it apart, but it sounds like there's a short here somewhere.
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