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No sound i just bought compatible headphones for my scandisk 250 the mp3 player is acting like it's playing but i get no sound from the head phones...HELP!

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My dad just called me 2 days ago and said he was having same prob. with his scandisk 250, which i got him for bday. i searched and found your post with same prob. went there tonight and took a look., it appeared to be playing , but in the top left corner of screen i noticed two lines { II} it was in a pause mode, but it looked like it was playing song, but no sound was coming from headphone. i pushed the button on the front where you will see > or II . one push and your in playmode, one more push and your in pause mode. somehow he pushed it when changing headphones. hope this helps you

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