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Sound out of one ear

This is my second time with this problem. The first time I bought a replacement ipod headphone jack and installed it successfully and it work for about 6-8 months and broke again. I bought a second headphonejack, new, and installed it. But this time sound still comes out of one side. What do you suggest I do? Is the headphone jack I recieved broken as well?

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Something is damaged inside
You will have to take it to a repair shop
I dont think the headphone jack is the problem.

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Take it back to where u bought it and ask them

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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