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Shorting out i have had my p2 for about 8 months and recently you have hold the head phones in a certain position to keep it from shorting out. is there some where to get it fixed?

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  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2008

    yes, i had the same problem. i think i downloaded a song that had a virus in it and put it in the P2. when i resetted it, it still didn't work. i have to put the headphone in a certain direction to make the song come out. i tried about 5 different headphones, and the same problem occured

  • Anonymous Nov 23, 2008

    i also tried to format it, and reset it but it dosent work...hlp

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I think its just the headphones. You should get a new pair unless you can repair them yourself.

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