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I bought sony ericsson HBH-DS980 bluetooth earphones a while back and i have recently noticed that the sound is abset from one earphone (right) and is coming out of the back of the left earphone! instead of into my ear, is there any way of fixing this?

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SOURCE: I can't hear out of my earphone's right ear?

get ather pair of earphones, check if ipod is the source of problem or simply the cable of your old phones is broke, to fix that you'll havebe familiar with fusing
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