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Cant hear out of one side of earpiece

I have purchased a new set of earphones and still cannot hear out of the left earpiece. I have no problems with hearing out of the right ear piece.

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  • Pattiog Mar 03, 2008

    I am experiencing same problem. If I do not plug in the earpiece all the way into the jack I can hear out of both. BUT if I plug it in firmly, I either get nothing, or just one side. Can anyone help?

  • lea80 Mar 24, 2008

    same problem. new earphones didn't help.

  • Pattiog May 11, 2010

    Of course I tried different earphones....I am not that silly. The odd part is if I hold it in firmly it works, or if I pull the earphones half way out it works.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Ear phone only work on left side also try many set of ear phone

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Have you tried using differnt earphones? if the problem is still the same with different earphones then it's the ipod itself that has a problem, you'll have to get it fixed.

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