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Like 99% of the Visual Land products, the reset button usually fixes these issues. Try that, if not make sure the head phones are fix right with the player. If you have to force the headphone jack into the player of if it is loose, that could cause the player to believe there is no headphones pluged in. The V-Touch as a slandered, 3.5 mm headphone jack (most headphones are 3.5 mm) If you still have issues, you will have to format the player, doing so will erase ALL data that you have put on the player restoring to factory settings.
Have you dropped your touch? It sounds like the hardware is physically damaged. If you have Apple Care I'd suggest asking them if they cover physical damage. If they don't cover the damage or if it is out of warranty check out whiteboxservice.com they'll either send you a box or your can ship to them to diagnose the issue. This is the pricing chart.
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
I just returned my second itouch because of a similar problem. When I went back to return the third and ask for my money back....they guy pushed the headphones in all the way! I know it sounds dumb....okay its very dumb! but make sure the whole plug is in because you'll walk out of Apple looking like a PC
if you tried switching the headphones and have same issue, only a touch of solider will fix it. Microcenter has refurbed players for CHEAP with nice lcd video screens. http://www.microcenter.com/search/search_results.phtml?sortby=pricelow&web_group=hw_mp3_players&category=KB1