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Model sa3346/37 left headset is going in and out

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Common problem with mp3 players - get whole player replaced, or watch the YouTube videos on repairing mp3 player headphones (probably won't work) - your choice.

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Wire broke


Speakers need two wires. there should be two solder pads similar in a radial arrangement on the back of each speaker around the magnet. If you do not have a solder Iron, it won't help anyway. Each speaker, two wires. 4 wires in headphones, reduced to 3 as two are a common, the clear ones. Red and White or another color go to channels L and R.

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How can i fix the headphone jack on my iriver H10 6GB?


What i would recommend you to do is to use a different headphone jack....I am a DJ also and certain headset doesnt work properly when you have it all way..try a different one and let me know the outcome..
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Jan 30, 2008 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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Isymphony v1blue docking system, the bluetooth pairing function is not working, any ideas? Thanks


  1. Settings
    • If the Plantronics headset was working before, an unintentional change in settings may have resulted in the headset not pairing. Access the Audio Device Settings menu in Settings, and restore the default settings for headsets.
    Re-Pair
    • Resetting the connection between the headset and PS3 may solve the pairing issue. USB headsets only need to be connected to a USB port to be paired. A Bluetooth headset must go through the pairing process (see Resources).

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    • If you're using a Bluetooth headset, confirm that it has fresh batteries and is receiving power. If possible, sync the headset with a cell phone or another PS3 to confirm that it works.

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I have a Sennheiser MM100 Bluetooth headphones that has stopped responding. It will not turn on/off and the LED light is blinking a continuous blue. How do I get it to function again?


Found this online. Hope it helps you out.

Switching the headset on
To switch the headset on:
Press and hold the Play/Pause button for 2 seconds.
An ascending confirmation beep is heard in the headset and the LED indicates the current operating mode. Flashing in blue indicates that the battery charge status is OK; flashing in red indicates a low
battery (see page 6).
The LED flashes several times every second:
The headset is paired to one or several Bluetooth devices and tries to connect to one of these devices.
The LED flashes slowly (once every second):
The headset is paired to one or several Bluetooth devices. However, there is no current connection because the
Bluetooth device is switched off or out of range.
The LED flashes once every 3 seconds:
The headset is paired to one or several Bluetooth devices. However, there is neither an audio transmission nor an active call.
The LED is glowing slowly every 4 seconds:
The headset is paired to one or several Bluetooth devices, a sound file is received via A2DP and played back or
paused.
The LED flashes once every second:
The headset is paired to one or several Bluetooth devices and there is currently an active call.
If you switch on the headset and keep the Play/Pause button pressed for 5 seconds, the headset will go into pairing mode (see ?Pairing the headset? on page 9).
The LED flashes alternatingly in red and blue for up to 60 seconds:
The headset is not yet paired to any Bluetooth device. Pair it as described under ?Pairing the headset? on page 9.

Oct 31, 2012 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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How do i get my ECLIPSE TCH828 to recognize the headphones i plug in without it automatically going to the main speaker as the primary audio output source?


hmm i thought they automatically recognize your headset?, maby try using a different headset to see if your other headset is the problem.

Feb 19, 2010 | Eclipse TCH828 Digital Media Player

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Left side of earphone jack won't work. I have tried more than one headset.


Sounds like a bad headphone jack. Contact Apple at 1-800-APL-CARE.
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Sandisk mp3 sound problem


There is something wrong with your sandisk's hardware. Just bring it to where you bought it and they will do it for you. It's under warranty I presume.


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Feb 14, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Only one audio output working - not stereo!


It is the actual headset jack on the device. It wears out from plugging and unplugging the headset.

If its less than 1 year, call SanDisk and they will replace it.

Otherwise, if you are inclined, you can replace the internal headset jack.

SanDisk Technical Support 1-866-726-3475





Best of Luck.

Nov 11, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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