Question about Creative Labs Zen Touch MP3 Player
I have the same problem - I have to hold the plug the whole time for sound to come from both ears.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
I found a like 2 help. i just cant figure out how to remove the ram card. this is for sansa e200 only. i dont know about the e200r.
bacically: open it up to just the motherboard if the head fone jack comes out, then you have to (some how) open up the ram card and solder it back in
once again, if some one could help me with the ram card it would help
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
I've had the same problem. Under UK law (Trading Standards and Consumer Rights Act 1982), a product must perform its intended purpose for a reasonable period (generally recognised as six years). Don't accept the 'out-of-warranty' fob-off...you have the right to get this fixed.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
Note this solution is for the Sansa e200.
OK, same headphone jack problem here and a bunch of people have the same problem. It got so annoying that I decided to risk the consequences and rip this baby apart. Sure enough one of the jack legs had a cold solder joint (the solder had not completely reflowed over the pin). I could press on the edge and see the pin lift away from the PCB pad. Looks like the others were touched up by hand because the pins were completely covered but the pin for the left side had been left as is. It is also the hardest to get at (because the SD cage is right next to it) so I'm wondering if they got sloppy and have a major quality problem with these. It's an easy problem to fix if you have a fine point soldering iron (big IF). A few tips: 1) Once you have the 4 inner and 4 outer screws off you have to carefully pry off the front cover, so be careful here 2) you then have to gently get the PCB out by carefully taking out the connector side first 3) there may be a riser card you have to take off to access the culprit jack pin, it is attached with some doubled sided sticky foam. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
OK, here the deal. I got ********** cause my warrenty was done so heres what i did to fix the problem.
What you need:
Paper (Little bit)
***** driver (to open sansa)
Open up the sansa all the way until only the motherboard remains. *the one with the headphone jack)
At the back of the motherboard is the headphone jack, i figured out that if u push this guy down, both headphones work. So all i did was stick a lil bit of paper on that jack itself so when i put everything back together, the headphone jack would stay in place.
need help, reply
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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