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The player works fine until I plug my earphones in, and then the CD player shuts off. I cannot find my paperwork that came with the player to try and solve this problem myself. I am assuming the player is equipped to be able to use headphones, since it has a place to plug in earphones.

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Are the headphones the original pair?

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