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Sound is in mono thru earpiece (right is ok, left is the problem)

The problem is with the connector into the MP3 Player, when I wiggle or push the earpeice connector in I get stereo, but obviously it's difficult to keep holding it in this position - any suggestions to resolve this problem!! Many thanks

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That usaly happens 2 me when the connector isnt in all the way

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