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Head phone jack

I put my head phones in the aleft ear pices dosent work they are brand new but when i push on it will works wat do i do??

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  • raymond_crum Feb 16, 2009

    NOpe i pluged it my car an it did the same thing i had to push it dwn 4 it to play out both speakers

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    This is my third one, there is a short in the earphone jack. This is the biggest setback. I bought my first one at amazon, and it took 6 months to break. My last one I bought two weeks ago, and i just sent it back Friday for the same issue.


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Any other headphones to try? maybe even a friend's? I suspect it is a problem with the "phones" themselves even if they are new.

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