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Headphone Jack Audio Expert, I have a Dell DJ Version 2.20.07 MP3 player that will only produce sound in one headphone speaker. If I push the plug in real hard, it connects and produces sound in both speakers. How do I get the case apart? I'm sure that either the jack needs replaced or simply resoldered. Please help! Thanks! Jim

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  • MrFaversham Dec 16, 2007

    I have the same problem with my Dell DJ30, only sometimes the sound cuts out on both sides. Like Jim59, I have to hold the plug firmly in place to get steady sound.

  • JAG1956 Jan 08, 2008

    I have the same problem - only one channel playing. Started taking apart the unit, but after getting the back off was afraid to proceed and cause damage. Gave up hoping to find a electronic geek to fix it for a few dollars.



    {Don't want to spend too much, as it is several years old, I assume the battery will die soon after I get a fix.

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The plastic pieces on the top and bottom are just stick on. pry them off gently and you'll find four of the tiniest screws on the top and bottom(you'll need a precision screwdriver) after you remove the screw pull the metal pieces on top and bottom off carefully with the screwdriver. the whole piece is shoehorned in, but it will push out just far enough to reveal the aux. jack. you'll probably find that this piece is cracked and that is why it only play through one or no sides. i'm still looking to find this piece.
hope this is helpful to you,.

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