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I have had a couple of these with the same problem , and in 2 out of the three cases the cure was the same .. Earphone socket fault ?
Ear phone sockets are designed to dissconect the speakers on insertion but with the constant use and pulling they get on a mobile system they sometimes lock open and do not reconnect the speakers you could check that ..
The other one I had was diffrent that one the sound output chip was faulty and had to be replaced as did the speaker output capacitors , one had failed causing the chip to overheat .. hope this helps Regards Vortash
Aparently your mp3 player does work but it sounds like your having trouble with the head-set. I recomend purchasing a new set of ear-phones as the small wires that connect to your ear-buds are FAMOUS for breaking!