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Sandisk mp3 sound problem

Whenplaying my mp3 player I can only hear sound from one ear piece. I have tried several different headsets, but the same result. I even tried my headset in my sister's mp3 player (exact same model as mine) and they work fine. Any suggestions on how to get music coming to both sides of the headset?

i bought new headphones

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Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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Well I had The Same Problem. I Thought it was the headphones and it wasnt. I ended up ripping the new headphones.
I Was really mad i Opened up the whole Player and Disconnected Everywhere and found that it was the earphone jack. the soldier it had was very cheap so it had no contact whatsoever. I connected it by bending the metal and closed the player back up and till today it now works.
I think it is your earphone jack. sansas have very cheap earpphone jack soldier or something.
I encourage you to open up the player and check the soldier. I you want contact me and ill post a video on how i did it. Hope this works.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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