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Audio in one side of head phone doesnt work and its not head phone

Makes a fuzzy noise when you put head phone cable in
bad connection on inside of mp3 head phone port opening

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Unfortunately, with that problem, the whole player will need to be replaced

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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