Question about Maxell HP-550 Consumer Headphones
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
Hello, I see you are haveing a problem with your headphones going out . I see you say that you have dropped your ipod in the past, if it may have landed on the headphone plug end it may have internally damaged the plug or either caused a contact to become loose. It sounds as if you may soon want to invest in another ipod, because it is going to cost almost as much as a new one to fix but if you can save your songs somewhere else I would advise you to.Thank you
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