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My SanDisk earphone jac has a shortage in it.

Well i was listen 2 my SanDisk one day and i notice that it had a shortage in the headphone jac. So that i only hear sound from one ear when i listen to my SanDisk. I can move it around like you would do headphones that have a shortage and you can here sound from both ears, but it's to much of a hasel. If anyone know how i could resolve this problem please respond or contact me in anyway thanks!!

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