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Jack problem In my sansa e260 only the right speaker is working and my headphone is working normally with other devices.It works nomally when the jack is half plugged!!

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This unsually indicates a bad connection with the jack. Not the headphone jack, but the connector on the player. My son had that issue so I ended up opening the unit up and resoldering the connector to the circuit board. Don't recommend doing that. You'll need to have a technician do that or if it's still under warranty take it in.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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