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The sound on my iPod Touch cuts in & out. Sometimes both will work, but then if the ear phone jack is moved a certain way the sound will got out on the right side. I have bought new head phones, so that is not the problem.

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Defective ipod touch. Take it into the Apple store or call their 1800 # and exchange it for a new one. You can go to gethuman.com and get the Apple #. Keep in mind that Apple won't do sh.t for you if you spilled water on this thing or cracked the screen.

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