Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
Hey can u help me out im havin that prob with my sansa where i can only hear it from one earbud can u email me
ill appreciate it tnx =]
Either your earbuds are damaged or the headphone jack was damaged when you were working out or storing your player.
Your best bet is the warranty, or if you're skilled enough, a good set of miniature screwdrivers and a soldering iron. Also be sure to have some kind of dry cleaning solvent or some isopropyl alcohol and somekind of applicator to clean with.
Open up your player( 4 screws on your backp[late, and 4 more at the corners once you're inside). Once you have everything unscrewed, gently, pry apart the inner workings from the front plate, and then the rear cover.
Now you should be able to look at the headphone jack and notice two solder points attaching it to the ckt card at either side. inspect either point for corrosion or damage and repair as necessary. While you're at it, go ahead clean out anything else that needs cleaning and before you put everything else back together.
Remember when cleaning to be patient and smooth, as any kind of rushing may damage the inner workings of your player.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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