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Doesnt sounds right...

Philips PMC7320/17 Portable Media Player - 30GB has a problem when i put the headphones on. it only sounded on 1 ear. if u put it all the way down, left ear works. but if u put the headphone a little high, then the other ear works. what shoould i do to get the both earphones works?

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  • mybuydotcom Apr 22, 2009

    did try 3 different headphones. i guess the jack is messed up. thanks for ur help.

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Try a diffrent pair of earphones if that does not work the jack is shorted on the media player and needs to be serviced.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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