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Either your electrical outlet went dead or the power supply in your television went dead. Verify operation of the outlet by plugging a light or other known-working appliance in and, if that is working, unplug your television for a minimum of one hour, plug it back in, and test. If it still does not operate, it will require further service.
Found the problem -Emerson TV has only one circuit audio outlet and that is being used with my HD Box - I have now spliced the red and white connections from the Hd Box connection to TV - plugged the spliced red and white connection into the red and white plugs and its a done deal. Everything works just fine,
could be caused by the way you wrap them up the cords should never be wound tightly it causes a short and it just so happens that earphones are made of light weight wiring to make them seem to disapear when wearing them so what to do is instead of winding them when your done simply fold them loosely so to speak
I had this very problem. The Sansa worked great for over 1 year, but then I started getting some dropping out of sound on the left side.
Today I went to an electronic shop and they opened up the unit. There was a small crack in the solder of the earphone jack on one side. So the electrician just used a fine point solder and fixed that, then strengthened the other solder points of the jack to make sure it won't happen again...
I hooked in the earphones....and it is PERFECT again!!!!
So, don't lose hope...just take it in to a decent electronics shop and they will most likely be able to fix your problem.
And he only took around US$10 for the job.
Beats buying a new player...