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When i plug my earphone on my ipod the right side only produces low sounds but the left side is just right whats happening is the headphone jack lose or something??

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  • shinobih06 Mar 14, 2009

    how can i repaire it? sorry im kinda new at this

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Ya the jack wil be got loosened u must get a repair for tat 
its not a big problem even u can open and do it

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