Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Try taking it out and put it in again, try cleaning the sensors an electrical wires, maybe there is some dust somewhere
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had have the same problem.....but im tolazy to go to the stor and let is fix ......but i found a solution....my right earphone didn't worked only if i applyed preasure but i thought the jack doesnt make good contact so i put around the jack some aluminum foil and putit inand iwork perfect:P!!!!!
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Hi, this seems to happen on a lot of mp3 players , usually when you wiggle the headphone in the jack the sound cuts in and out, its the result of the headphone jack bending the metal contact inside the player or can be due to a build up of dirt/ grime in the socket.The problem generally gets worse as time goes on
if you have tried it with different headphones still get the problem and its still under warranty I would get on the apple site or down to you local apple centre and try and get a replacement.
Sometimes a spray of deoxit (plastic conductive lubricant /cleaner)
in the socket does the trick , but I would strongly reccomend trying to get a replacemnt
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
I just returned my second itouch because of a similar problem. When I went back to return the third and ask for my money back....they guy pushed the headphones in all the way! I know it sounds dumb....okay its very dumb! but make sure the whole plug is in because you'll walk out of Apple looking like a PC
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
The ipod touch HPJ is not too hard to repair. A good source for the part would be ebay. But There is a stepby step guide toothat explains how to repair the jack as opposed to replacing it : iPod touch repair. There are also third party iPod repair companies that do it for you.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Yep, you are! If it's under warranty (12 months), take it to your nearest Authorised Apple Service Centre and they will get it exchanged in a couple of days
No warranty? Google "iPod repairs" in your country and you should be able to find someone who can fix it. The usually have a self diagnosis on line so will get an idea of the cost before you begin. Don't try it yourself!
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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