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Mix max When we plug the headphones into the jack it is so loose that they do not stay in. Could there be a piece missing? Can this be fixed?

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  • gms123 Apr 18, 2008

    Our Mix Max is having the same problem. Can the port for the headphones be replaced by someone?

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It shouldn't be doing that at all.
I would suggest you take it back to the store for a replacement of contact the manufacturer for a warranty replacement if the store won't take it back.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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