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How do you tighten the headphone piece?

The little place where you put yourheadphones is loose, therefor only one sides of the headphones work...you can jiggle the headphones and make them both work...but that little piece is loose...and i dont know how to fix it or tighten it

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SOURCE: I dont hear any sound

you might want to hold youe headphone in with the tip of your finger and then press play ! see if that works =]

Posted on May 12, 2007

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SOURCE: headphone jack

if your really good at sodering tiny objects you can crack that thing open and resoder the jack in there

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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