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Wont play out of the right speaker

I got the mp3 player for xmas and it worked fine but it just started not playing music out of the right speaker when i plug it into anything with speakers. and when i use my car transmitter it shuts off half way through every song. but if i pull the conection out then plug it back in it starts working again.

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This could be a bad connection fault, or a fault with the player. does it work through headphones?

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