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Broken t-10 earphone jack

My iRiver T-10 has worked fine from last year Dec until now. when i lock in securely the earphone pin into the earphone jack i only hear one channel. if i put it in half way i hear both channels but then the pin will at tiimes fall out when i am walking. how do i fix it?

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Re: broken t-10 earphone jack

Try another headset to be sure its a problem of the player and not broken headphones. if its the player i hope its still under warranty, else you need to open it whats wrong. hot air soldering machine is an advantage..

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