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Sounds quality problem

My Sansa clip is starting to sound scratchy and the sound even fades. I thought maybe I had damaged the ear buds so I replaced them, no difference. Any slight movement of the wires connecting the earpieces to the clip makes the sound change. Any ideas? I've only had it a few months and I don't want to have to invest in another MP3 player so soon! Thanks!

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The headphone jack is faulty - replace the player - find out from Sansa if you are in-warranty.

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