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Mp3 player problem

Only the right part of my earphones works and i check the earphones on my cd player and they both work so its the mp3 so what do i do for both of them work. They both work when i press behind the earphone jack but when i let go only the right works Please Help Me Fix This Problem!!!!

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It might just be the way the song is configured. try listening to a different song, by a different artist. if that doesn't work, than i don't know how to help.

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