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THis problem is caused by weakness inside. The headphones have no matter. After 50-60 times you put them in & out they will broke) I fixed it by myself, but i think it would be better to you to go to the Philips repair centre in your city) It will definetly be there if the city is big))
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Unfortunately - that is a common problem with mp3 players - the headphone jack itself is damaged (check a 2nd set of headphones just to be sure). Philips does not sell the headphone jack by itself, so it looks like it's replacement time - I would call Philips and see how much it would cost to replace the whole player (won't be much more than 100$ even if out of warranty). If you wanted to try to work with the existing player, you could twist the headphones until you find a position where both sides work - then keep it in that place, and don't move around too much.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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