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My mp3 only plays out of the right ear now...

For some reason my mp3 will only play out of the left ear now. I have no idea why. I only had it for about 5 months now. I tried differet headphones and the same problem occured meaning it's the mp3. How do I fix this? (I tried to take it apart and didn't get very far).

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See if the pins in the headphone jack are bent in and try to bend them back out

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