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Ear phone outlets

On my mp3 player the earphone u can hear the songs but the  music zones in and out.At first i thought it was the earphones but they work perfectly fine what's the problem??

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As stated above...the female headphone jack has come loose inside the player. I had this happen on 2 of them. If you can solder it is a very simple fix. Also when you open it up you will see how horribly the soldering is on all components.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

I had one with the same problem. Both headhone jacks are coming loose inside the mp3 player, and they will come completely off and fall inside the mp3 player soon. These are the worst mp3 players that exist.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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