It Appears some sensor is miss feeding the central processing unit. Try taking off the battery for a few minutes if it does not help check the ear phone plug for dirt, maybe something is closing the circuit.
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If the player really can play flac and has a good DA converter, I think it is one of the best portable music players around.
I do use Shure SE425 and Stax RS-001 MK2 earphones (both in ear) I think the Sony NWZA17 would be a good match for both phones.
I use very expensive sound cards in my computer and only play Flac or real CD. Be aware not the amount of bits or the sample rate is important. The source used to make the digital recording decides how the result, coming out of you speakers (or earphones) can be.
My earphones can keep up with my electrostatic loudspeakers, so worth trying. If money is no issue the Shure SE535 would be great. Although more expensive than the Sony MWZA17. But once you have great earphones, they can be used for many years to come. The player will be replaced in at least 3 to 5 years
it sounds to me like the fuel guage sensor in the fuel tank , i think if it was fuse or relay you wouldn't have any lights on .if you car is sedan or station wagon I would likely guess that it is in boot under carpet there useuly is a plate that requires removing to inspect fuel pump , some cars have guage's and pumps as one unit. hope this helps a little.
The problem is one of three things, defective earphone jack, audio output ic, or bad speakers. The laptop must be dis-assembled down to the motherboard level in order to address this, and I recommend a professional for this job.
You can go to the following web site and watch the video about the sad face icon resolution for free. The X on the screen is allot like the sad face icon. With it being dropped these steps may not help but please do let me know how it turns out for you :)
Ok.. get some earphones, nice simple walkman dollar store earphones. Put a cd in the cd tray or play an mp3.. look in the back of the pc for a green jack.. try it, try them all. Then look on the bottom right hand corner of the screen, any little speaker icon? open it, set the volume? No speaker icon? control panel, sound, make sure there is a sound card listed. Work backwards logically with known working equipment.