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Headphones are not working properly

The headphones only plays music, rather poorly, whether I have it set on R or H. The box also says that it needs to run on 4 AAA batterries. There is only room for two. What can be done? julianabradshaw72@yahoo.com

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Can't get headphones to work on this unit


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Hello.
Try to adjust the headphone.
Check if it is connected properly.
If it still doesn't work, try to check the headphone on other devices.
If the headphone is working on other devices, your MP3 headphone jack has some problem.
But if the headphone is not working on other devices, you should get new headphone or you can try other headphone (besides your current one) on your MP3.

hope it helps.

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