Question about SanDisk Sansa c140 MP3 Player
Your headphone jack might just be worn out. there are little pins inside headphone jacks that make contact with you headphone plug and sometimes they get so bent out of shape that they no longer connect with the headphones hence- no sound. this is for advanced users only (if you are not very technology savvy or just clumsy maybe you have a friend who can do this for you) you can crack open the mp3 player CAREFULLY with a thin flathead screwdriver (this most certainly violates warranty by the way) and bend the pins back into position with a small tool. there are three of them and try not to bend them too far or they will break and your headphones will never work so
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
Sometimes when overplugging the headphones people tend to loosen what holds it in place i suggest you insert the headphones about halfway and rotate them when and if you hear sound completely insert them but be patient
Posted on Mar 31, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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