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Just muted sound and can't get it back

Somehow I have muted the sound and can't get the sound back

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Hi,
Just turn off the device and then turn it back on

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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First try some other headphones
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if that doesnt work, see if there is something stuck in it.

if that didn't work its probabaly an internal problem and then your only options would be to get it serviced or bring it back.[hopefully you still have warranty]

Good luck.

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