Question about Sony NW-A1000 MP3 Player
Mines done that as well. Sony want to charge me £70 to fix it.
Posted on Apr 10, 2007
I have a similar problem. If you put a bit of pressure on the top right corner of the mp3 player (i.e.: clamp it between a couple of your fingers) the sound becomes fine again. However, in my case, the problem eventually became worse, up to the point where I couldn't hear anything at all. I think you'll need to get it serviced to fix the problem. I'm sorry I can't help more than this. Adam
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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