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Certain songs not working

When i try to use my mp3 player, some songs work but with no bass

and some dont work

some are just crackles?

and i cant change the playmode!! its stuck at 4!

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    ThaMp3Doctor

    Its the headphone jack its died :(

    all the songs are right format so it must be

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Make sure all songs are in the right format. If the headphones move even slightly , you will get crackles - this is a common problem with mp3 players - the headphone jacks are sensitive.

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