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4GB ipod nano 3yrs old I have no sound through the right headphone bud. The headphones works on other ipods.

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  • gwynne_jones May 15, 2009

    Thanks, it sounds a good solution, although I am using new headphones a different make could be better, I will give it a try.
    Gwynne

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Since you mentioned that the headphones works on other iPods, you need to try using different headphones on the problem iPod. There's a portion on the headphone jack that looses contact.

You have to clean the headphone jack by using a thin piece of metal wrapped with a cloth. If same problem occurs, there's a possibility that a wire was dettached inside the iPod and you need to bring it to the technician for soldering.

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Posted on May 15, 2009

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