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Hey i have an rca th1702-a and the audio wont work unless ihold the headphone jack just right, and even then only through one earphone. i've tried different headphones, and it doesnt seem to be damaged. any idea what the problem is or how to fix it?

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The headphone has come un soldered and it is not making a contact with the motherboard .... I have this player. It did the same thing. I took it apart and found this to be the reason for mine not working. I do not have a soldering gun or else I would re solder it back to the motherboard. I would suggest asking if anyone you know would be willing to solder it back for you.

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