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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.

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    On the safe side just send it back because if you try to manually open it up and do anything you could do more damage to it than there orignally was.

    Good luck, hope my solutions helpful.

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