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There are three reasons for this problem
1.right speaker may not be working
solution:you may change the speaker by removing old one and soldering new one
2.the continuity of right speaker signal wire may be missing.
solution:you may change entire wire of your headset
3.the headphone may not be compatible with your device

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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