Question about Apple iPod classic MP3 Player
We've tried several pairs of ear buds and they all have the same problem. If we push on the plug you get sound in both ears.
If your earbud headphones function normally with other devices, there are a number of reasons why this problem may be occurring, including faulty connections within the iPod itself or a potentially defective headphone jack. While both of these issues can typically be resolved fairly easily, I would first suggest contacting your local Apple-authorized service center for a complete diagnostic to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem.
Remember that if your iPod is still under the original manufacturer's warranty, you can always call Apple directly for technical support over the phone in addition to working with a technician in your area.
Hope this helps you out.
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Posted on May 30, 2008
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