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Headphone audio goes in and out when plugged in on the mp3 player but not on my laptop... help!!!

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SOURCE: Problem with the headphone jack

On some creative mp3 players like my 20g sleek photo, the problem stems from poor design on the solder joint inside the unit. I did a search and found a tutorial with pics on how to take it apart and resolder it. It works now but cosmetically it's not 100%. If it's still under warranty, I think for $20 bucks you can send it back and they'll fix it....goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2007

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the plastic pieces on the top and bottom are just stick on. pry them off gently and you'll find four of the tiniest screws on the top and bottom(you'll need a precision screwdriver) after you remove the screw pull the metal pieces on top and bottom off carefully with the screwdriver. the whole piece is shoehorned in, but it will push out just far enough to reveal the aux. jack. you'll probably find that this piece is cracked and that is why it only play through one or no sides. i'm still looking to find this piece.
hope this is helpful to you,.

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SOURCE: Headphone Jack issue Sansa View 32GB

Buy a broken one with the headphone jack intact off Ebay and switch the jacks.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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You must have not plugged in it properly, force the jack till the end of the socket so it locks in with a click, then it will work fine.

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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