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  • marvanw Oct 16, 2008

    Already tried 3 different sets of earphones and 2 external speaker sets. The right channel doesn't work at all, and now both channels are cutting off.

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Hi

this is a common problem. Try replacing the ear phone.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

  • Hemant Ramyead
    Hemant Ramyead Oct 17, 2008

    You need to get a qualified person to replace the main jack in that case

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