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Try downloading it from limewire or i have the song i can send it 2 u my id is samrat_dragon2@hotmail.com

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Why i have to wiggle the headphone jack to get sound


Two possibilities:
1) either the earbud plug has a loose connection, or
2) a soldier joint in the player itself is cracked.

Have you tried different earbuds? If that fixes the problem, then yea!

If new earbuds don't fix the problem, the it's likely a cracked soldier joint. Cracked joints are easy to repair, IF you have the right soldiering iron and are a careful working who enjoys learning new skills.

Good luck.

Sep 25, 2014 | SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player

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It only lets me listen to music in one ear


  • If you have a warranty I would definitely send it back to the manufacturer. Most companies will pay for shipping for warranty repairs as well. What sounds like has happened happens a lot. The plug the jack plugs into (inside the Mp3 player) gets a cold soldier joint or the jack on the ear buds gets caught on something one to many times and breaks a soldier joint loose.

  • I usually open the media players and reheat the soldier joints myself. If you have already tried a different pair of ear buds it is almost certainly the jack inside the MP3.

  • Hope this helps.

Nov 08, 2011 | Nextar MA797 MP3 Player

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Every single o ne of my headphones one side is not working. i tried many electronics


  • If you have several different head pones that completely work on other players but only partially work on that MP3 player then it is pretty clear you have a cold soldier joint where the input jack for the ear buds connects to the circuit board. I see it all the times. The jack plug for the MP3 player gets bumped bumped bumped and pretty soon this happens.

  • Easy fix though. Just pull the back of the MP3 player off. You will see the jack input. Take a soldier gun and heat it up and just barely melt all soldier points (3 or 4 points is all) where the input connects to the board. This should fix your problem. I've had this happen to every one of my sons MP3 players.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Aug 04, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How do i change how the songs appear on my mp3 player? I want to make it so the artist comes first then the song. for example Boys II Men-On Bended Knee


You'll need to make changes trough your computer.
Open Samsung Media Studio > Right Click a Song > Properties

You will something like this:
Title: On Bended Knee
Artist: Boys II Men

Change it to
Title: Boys II Men-On Bended Knee
Artist: (blank)

Dec 10, 2009 | Samsung YP-K3 MP3 Player

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The Cable Connector in the back of my TV is loose.


The connector is connected to the tuner with soldier, when this breaks from mechanical stress, you get the symtoms you described. This is an easy fix. You will need a fairly high wattage soldiering gun, and some medium electrical soldier. This will run you around $30 at Radio Hut. You will need a gun that will do ground straps so dont get one that is under 80W. 100-150 watts is good. Actually you should get some good rosin flux too. The chromium or molydenium in those connectors can make them hard to soldier.

Soldier them hot and fast. Lightly clamp the male jack to the tuner. Tightly, you need good thermal flow. brush on your flux. ALWAYS Heat your gun FIRST. Til it gets good and hot. Flux, and tin the tip of the soldiering gun too. put the tip of the gun closest to where the two parts meet so you are heating both parts. When the parts are hot feed the soldier onto the hot parts NOT the soldiering tip!

You must do this VERY quickly. As in 3-7 sec to heat the parts, and push the soldier in as fast as it will melt, then get the gun back. Another note, if your soldiering tip isnt 'wet' with soldier you wont get thermal transfer. Also, if you fail to soldier try once more, but the internals (plastic) of the male jack will melt if you overheat, So cool it down somehow if you fail to get a good soldier, or just walk away for awhile.

These can be troublesome to soldier. Practice with you new gun on something else to get a feel for it. If you want to simulate the problem, take a coax coupler, and try to soldier it to a piece of sheet metal. Hope this helps!

Good Luck!

Mar 15, 2009 | RCA Televison & Video

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Mp3 file transfer to zen micro?!


Visit Creative Support and navigate to your mp3 player. Next download the driver for this player. Then all you need to do to transfer mp3 files is connect your player (while it's on) to your PC, open up Windows Media Player, go to the sync tab, drag the files you want on your player into the sync list on the right side of the screen and slick start sync.

Dec 15, 2008 | Creative Labs Zen Micro MP3 Player

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Sandisk mp3 sound problem


Well I had The Same Problem. I Thought it was the headphones and it wasnt. I ended up ripping the new headphones.
I Was really mad i Opened up the whole Player and Disconnected Everywhere and found that it was the earphone jack. the soldier it had was very cheap so it had no contact whatsoever. I connected it by bending the metal and closed the player back up and till today it now works.
I think it is your earphone jack. sansas have very cheap earpphone jack soldier or something.
I encourage you to open up the player and check the soldier. I you want contact me and ill post a video on how i did it. Hope this works.

Feb 20, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Headphone jack


The Sansas Earphone Jack soldier is very cheap try bending it or placing something extra to hold the jacks connection to the player. when closed its not niticeable, no need for soldiering. Try it. Contact me if you want a video of what i did. hope this works.

Feb 19, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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