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Why don't earphones when plugged not cut off itouch speaker?

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    Some Problem. The sound comes out of my ipod touch speaker regardless of whether it's plugged in or not

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I believe it has something to do with contacts with the earphones, if they are worn, it will not make a good contact to tell the external speakers to shut off...i hope this helps...maybe purchase new earphones...cheaper than replacing itouch....

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