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No sound from right speaker when mp3 connected through aux

Using a denon receiver and a sandisk sansa player

when connected to receiver via aux I get no sound from right speaker

all other devices work fine ... radio, cd, tv/video etc...

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Hi bustero78

What happens when you rotate the plug or wriggle it about. If it cuts in and out, then you may have a faulty interconnect lead, or a dodgy socket/plug connection to the player. If it works with headphones, I would suggest replacing the lead.

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Review the digital files for potential compatibility conflicts that are causing errors on the Sandisk Sansa MP3 player. This is one of the most common causes of problems when trying to play songs on the device. Look at the end of each of the song files on your computer and check that they end with ".mp3" or ".wma." Use the Sansa Media Converter software (included on the player's original software installation disk) to convert any other files into a format that is compatible with your MP3 player. Make sure you have all rights to the songs. Some songs, such as those purchased in iTunes or the Windows Media Store, require an individual to give each player playback rights. If your Sansa player has not been verified, it will not be able to play protected files.
Contact the Sandisk Technical Support Hotline

Contact the Sandisk Technical Support Center if all troubleshooting attempts fail to restore the Sandisk Sansa to an error-free status. Individuals covered under the Sansa's one-year warranty, or individuals willing to pay a small fee, can contact Sandisk electronically via its support website (link in the Resources section) or via telephone (866-726-3475).


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