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PDM-0711 DVD player has an issue with the earphone jack. The left ear piece has no sound. I need either a part number for the phone jack so I can remove it and replace with a new one or I need an address or phone number for a repair facility that can remove and replace the phone jack in the unit. Can anyone help with either? Thank you. Jim

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  • james_fie764 Jul 31, 2009

    We have tried three different set of ear phone and they all have the same problem the left side does not play. That was the first thing we tried.

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Its most likely the headphones. after a lot of bending the cord it has a tendency to break inside the cord

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