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Ipod Nano 1st gen 4gb. Headphone jack signal in mono, not stereo.

The sound only comes out of one side of the headphones and I have tried multiple pairs. I'm sure it's the headphone jack. Any Ideas? ipod Nano 1st gen 4gb

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Most likely headphone jack is broken. option one is to take it to the apple store and have them repair it. option 2 is to go on e-bay and buy a replacement jack and try to do it yourself. best option is to sell it on ebay as broken/needs repair. Someone who knows how to fix them will buy it from you and you can use the money you get to buy a good used working iPod. There are always tons of nanos for sale on ebay.

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