Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
Sandisk sansa e260. recently, only one earphone is working
The problem is in the ear-phones, not the player. Return the phones via warantee if available. You should be able to wiggle the cord at various places along the cord to find out where the short is. (One of my sansa's phones had a short close to the plug itself.) If you know how to perform basic wire splicing/sodering, and melt a piece of shrink tubing (from Radio Shack) over the splice, you can fix this yourself. The sansa phones I have are real good, and worth saving, however don't be afraid to buy some really good ear-phones (over $50) if you cant fix the cord.
Posted on May 17, 2007
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