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Static when i bought my c200 everything was fine for about 2 weey radio and my songs turned all static-e i mean u could kinda hear the songs but not really cuz its hecka low and static-e i never dropped it..i took care of it so well i even locked it up so no one will touch it but then it started messing up on its own...please help me!!

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Re: static

Try a diffrent pair of headphones, if there is a short in your headphone cord and would definatly cause this, or hook it up to a stereo or FM transmiter, if it's still staticy hooked up to a stereo then you may have a problem with the unit itself. Good Luck

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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When i put on the ear phones there is no sound only a little background static. have tried to replace ear phones twice but still have same problem

if you have already tried different ear phones and if it didn't work then for sure the issue is with the device.I hope those ear phones you tried are working in other audio devices.just try to connect it to a external speaker like computer speakers to see the fault is really with the device and not the ear phones
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