Bad/Broken device?


Sorry in advance if this is confusing. If necessary, I'll save the problem in action and post a link or something.

I had my e250 for a 1 1/2-2 years now. He's worked a lot with some small problems here and there. But recently, the scroll wheel has been dismantled. Not wheel physical scrolling, but on the device of the screen (the scroll bar and volume bar).

-For example, when I try to increase my volume, start moving the wheel clockwise to turn up the volume. But as we start scrolling, the volume bar begins jumping up and down. Mainly in the direction opposite. It is random and with random/distances lengths.

- Or when I try and scroll in one of the menus, I try to go back, and he starts to jump around. If I try to go for Atreyu to Alkaline Trio, need me a minute or two to back up less than ten artists. He did the same thing on the way down.

I tried to use the key (also known as the the music menu button) down, but which becomes annoying very, very fast and does nothing for the volume.

This wouldn't really be a problem if my lock switch worked. But unfortunetly, it has erupted recently. I ahd to open 2 rear covers, move the switch with a screwdriver and then put a little piece of tape on her canvas on the outside... >.

I'd rather not get a new device for many reasons. Mainly because I'd probably end up getting an iPod (which I won't for reasons somewhat.)

Is it possible to fix this, or am I left with no option but get a new mp3 player/music device?

1 million thanks!


Remove the drive and clean the scroll wheel mechanism. has a few pictures, even if your model is perhaps slightly different than illustrated.

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