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Sounds like the conductive cable is about to go bye-bye.
My previous in-ear started to behave like this after about a year and a half of use.At first,if I pressed or moved its body around may solved it.But about a week later,the right ear went completely silent regardless how I fussed on it.
If the symptom gets worse and worse as time goes by,you'd better look for the new earphones.
this might be a problem in the headphones (hopefully) or in the iPod itself
is the music coming out of both ears?
no: bend the wire around where it comes out of the iPod. bend it all different directions more than 90 degrees if not: try other headphones in the the iPod
yes: the problem is probably in the iPod's hardware itself and will ether need to be sent back to apple to be fixed (expensive), or sold. you could try to fix it yourself, but it could be a number of things so it may be easier to just get a new one
I hunted around. No luck. Then I stopped in an found the perfect fit from of all places Radio Shack. The Earpads come with a smaller pair and you have to buy both but they are an excellent replacement. The Radio Shack replacements are #330-0288 - Replacement Headphone Earpads - $6.99 USD.
To replace the batteries, remove the cloth padding from around both ear peices. You them expose a plastic lid with a slot in it. In the front of the plastic are four small inserts this holds the battery cover in place. Get a thin screw driver and slide it down the back of the cover and gently prize it off, not much force required.Replace battery on both sides. To put the cloth cover back on put one end of the cover in the slot and keep turning it until the cover is all the way on,do this before you press the front plastic cover back on. Have fun
I fixed the problem by putting the ear **** up against my face with my mouth inside of the ear piece, as if my mouth would've been listening to music. Make sure it is air tight around your mouth. I gently sucked air out of the air ****, and it fixed the problem!!! The speaker must of gotten dented in a little bit from to much pressure at some point or another by pressing up on the ear piece while they were on my head. The things are so air tight. Hope this works for you too. :)
Does this help? http://www.fixya.com/support/t882518-right_speaker_stops_working
It's probably the socket - it may be that it's coming away from the board or the switch inside that cuts the speakers when you use headphones is faulty. It may be a simple resolder or you could replace the part.