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Music in one ear only

I am only getting music in the left ear and have tried it on both channels and its the same. help please

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There is more than likely a fault with ur headphones or there is a mono/stereo button on ur system which u need2 switch, best idea is to try another set of headphones first to eliminate that problem then go from there

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