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Audio jack problems

I can only hear my musio through the right side of any pair of headphones please help please thanks

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  • bob terry Apr 27, 2008

    thnx for trying but it didn't work boss sorry dude maybe this isn't your field of play

  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    i got the same problem with mine... no idea how to fix it

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If yuo keep the volume to low it might not work, or you just need headphones. i wodd recamend bose

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