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your headphones probably blew in the one ear. Try another pair of headphones.the same thing happened to me. if that doesnt work the recepters in the ear jack youll have to have a professional to fix it
have you tried other headphones or earphones some headphones lose connection in the wire and will cause a short where one side works and the other doesnt if this is not the problem may have a lose jack on the inside of the player and will probably have to have it serviced
It's the larger headphone minijack standard on most portable tape players etc., not the much larger one found on hime stereo equipment or the smaller one most often found on cellphones. So, "3.5" (mm?), I suppose.
Ok people the problome is in the head phone jack. It don't make proper conection any more from being twisted and wiggled around all the time. What you can do is take the mp3 apart and put a little pice of paper and fold it upon top of the head phone jack and put it back together. Make sure that the paper is still thick enough to push down on the jack. You might have to get two extra screws of the longer two types. just in case. Any comments e mail me at: email@example.com
The ear phone jack is lose and your gonna need to or have someone resolder the audio jack inside the unit. if you know how to solder then it shouldnt be a big deal once you get the bugger apart. if your not good with a soldering iron, take the unit to an electronic repair shop and there shouldnt be much of a charge exept for minumum beance charge as this is not a major repair UNLESS the jack is ripped out of the PCboard or theres a flex cable connected to the ear jack as thats hard to fix correctly. Good Luck