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Sound to one earbud only.

I only get sound to one earpice unless pressure is applied to the side of the plug. I have tried three sets of earphones, the problem resides somewhere in the earphone port. Any suggestions?

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The player should be replaced - the headphone jack or the headphone controller on the circuit are damaged, and these are nt orderable parts.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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