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Ear plug ear phones will not work unless you're holding the jack and turn to a specific way and I have changed the earphones Stormy

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That is normal for most mp3 players

If you are getting sound out of only one ear, then the headphone jack is broke - unfortunately, Philips does not have any more HDD models to send you as a replacement

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