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My headphone jack is messing up. whenever i put a pair of headphones in it will not play in both speakers. i just bought new headphones so i know it is not that. How do i fix that?

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I have the same problem with my Nextar. If I lift up on the headphone jack, it makes proper contact to play in both ears. So I tightly wrap a rubberband around the jack when it is plugged in and pull up the last loop and sling it over the top of the player. This pull-up makes the contact. Sometimes the rubberband slips off the top so I put a second band 'around' the player to hold the 'sling' in place. Hope this helps!

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