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Loose headphone connection on mp3

Sometimes I have to jiggle around the plug in my mp3 to get the sound that should come out.....something is just not connecting right

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Replacing a headphone jack on a Sansa is a risky endeavor that is bound to do further damage to your player - the original jacks are not orderable directly from Sandisk. Your best bet is to call Sandisk and get an in-warranty replacement.

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Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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