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Earphone input jack stoped working on my iPod

The input jack on the top on my iPod for the earbuds stopped working. I'm not sure why it started doing this nor do i know how to solve this problem. Any help would be great. Thank You.

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    Only one side works on mine and i have the same model

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Go to an electronics specialist in your area and let them have a look at it because iPods are knowen to be junk.

Posted on May 06, 2008

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sorry for my previous confusion, you can change the audio jack easily, purchase the audio jack from the below link -

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On the same site you can view a free guide on how to remove the damaged part(s) but also I posted a direct URL below. Simply copy and paste into your web browser's address bar.
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