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Head phone jack only plays right side/brad new headphones

Headphone jack only plays rightside/brand new headphones

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Call Philips, get replaced - this is a common problem across all mp3 manufacturers. You can look at the YouTube video on repairing mp3 player headphone jacks, but i doubt it will work without causing more problems with your mp3 player.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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