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No sound when headphone jack is pushed all the way in

I purchased my sandisk clip today 7/23/09 and returned it because there was no sound even when I used other headphones. I exchanged it for another one and the same problem exists. I don't know whether to get a refund or not, because the sandisk website tells you to push the devise all the way in, but when you insert it 3/4 the way it plays, I think I will give it a day or so of use and then decide. Otherwise, any suggestions anyone?

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Buy Another Brand or Model like IPOD or Zunes, mostly sandisk have a problem here.

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My suggestion would be to return the player either to the retailer that you bought it from, or go through Sansa's RMA process. There is no way that I could find to fix this without tearing apart the player and going after it with a soldering iron.

@yboyandrei: That's not a solution. The Clip and Clip+ are great MP3 players.

Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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