Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
I accidentally dropped my mp3, the screen froze for a few seconds but the music started playing again. The sound however only came out of one headphone. I restarted it, but it was still the same.The headphones plug into it at an angle, and fall out of it more easily. I guess it fell on it's side where the headphones plug in then, and something got knocked out of place, everything else about it works fine.
Well it could be that your earphones may have broke or its like you said when it fell something may have happened or buy your self a new pair of earphones.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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