Question about Apple iPod shuffle MP3 Player
I had this same problem but found a solution on here. Switch it to the off position and get a nail under the button and pull it off. You've now got to fold up a small piece of paper (so it's about 4-8 times the usual thickness) just smaller then the hole where your button was and put it in. Whack the button back on and fingers crossed it'll now play through both headphones... mine did.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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