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Sandisk sansa e140

I am having a headphone jack problem.

When I insert the headphone jack all the way into the plug on the player, I only get sound out of one headphone. If I pull the plug out slightly, i do get sound in both headphones but at reduced volume and quality. I have tried other headphones and verified that the problem is the player not the headphones. Does anyone have any suggestions?


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Re: sandisk sansa e140

U can try to contact the Sandisk Company at 800-426-6027 and they will have a solution for this problem

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