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Sound only works on one side

I can only hear from the right ear plug. The connection in the player appears to be loose. Can this be repaires/

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  • DiamondMD Sep 22, 2008

    When I plug in my headphones and turn on my sansa I can only hear from the right headphone. I know theres nothing wrong with the headphones because use 4 different pairs. Is there any way I can fix this??

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First, try to use the equalizer (wich can be found in the mp3) . If it's not working, use your friend headphone

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

I have that seomtimes,i jsut go to the music eq screen and swith it between a few and it fixes.

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

I'm having the same problem, but if you wiggle the black plug at the top it sometimes fixes it

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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Make sure that the earphones are pushed in all the way. If they are not, you can often only hear through one ear.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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