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I have no idea whats wrong

The mp3 player is ridiculous. when i plug my headphones into it, i get no sound.then i wiggle it around a little bit and i get either: sound in one headphone, low sound in one or both, distorted sound in one or both, or no sound at all. i used the repair program on the computer but it didnt work. i really dont wanna go buy another one of these. theyre really good and i can longer find it in any store.

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Re: i have no idea whats wrong - Philips HDD1630 MP3 Player MP3 & Digital Media Players

Buy new headphones.

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