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Headphones work...but.. So i have a sansa c240. The headphones work fine when i tried it on my computer but they don't work when i plug it in to the mp3 player. The songs on the mp3 still play keep going 0:01, 0:02 so on..u just can't hear nething. I also tried other headphones same thing happenss/..help mee..

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    same exact problem. if i wiggle the earphone plug and hold it it works but its annoying. i cant use it

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    I can hear it but it sounds really bad. I once fixed it by erasing all the songs and puting them back on again but it doesn't work anymore. I'm about to break this POS. lol

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