Question about SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player (SDMX7-2048)

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Sound Gone I try to listen to my Sansa and the soing is only coming through one earbud. I tried taking it apart but only got off the base. How can you get to the jack to repair it without indefinately screwing it up?

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  • silverwolf Feb 27, 2008

    Same here, I lost the right side, I think the tab in the jack broke... Still works otherwise, can load music and whatever, just no sound on the right side... Expensive flash drive now...

  • TrekGirl May 07, 2008

    I have the same problem, except now I can't get any sound. Does anyone know how to fix this or how I should go about finding someone to fix it?

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I lost the left side. Everything else still works

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