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Keeps skipping and like there a short in the earphones. I got new earphone and still did the same thing.

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You will need to get that player replaced if it was doing the same thing with two different sets of headphones. Then again, headphones in mp3 players are sensitive - if you turn and twist the headphone jack around too much, then you will get serious distortion.

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