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Sound from headphones is messed

When the headphones are plugged all the way in to the player, the left ear is really fuzzy. If the volume is low, the left doesn't work at all. If I have the phones plugged in partially, it sounds fine. I tried cleaning it out with rubbing alcohol and q-tips and nothing. Any Ideas?

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  • Slayer77 Mar 14, 2008

    I tried that. it even happens when I use it in the car. left speakers are fuzzy.

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Get new head phones same thing happened 2 me

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