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Samsing YPK3 audio only in 1 channel (stereo)

I've had a green YPK3 for about a year now, but there seems to be a mechanical problem with it. It used to be that the audio jack held itself in pretty well, now it's liable to pop out with the least encouragement.
Now when I listen to music it only plays in one channel, that means that sound only comes out of one ear. Is this repairable?

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Does the same thing happen with another set of headphones?

If so, its an issue with the connection on the MP3 and it will require service, please contact Samsung in the country you are residing for further information.

If the same thing doesnt happen with another set of headphones, its the headphones that are faulty.

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Resolder one capacitor at motherboard of your player. Sorry, i badly know english language.

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