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Re: Problems with hole you place the ear phone
The ear phone jack is lose and your gonna need to or have someone resolder the audio jack inside the unit. if you know how to solder then it shouldnt be a big deal once you get the bugger apart. if your not good with a soldering iron, take the unit to an electronic repair shop and there shouldnt be much of a charge exept for minumum beance charge as this is not a major repair UNLESS the jack is ripped out of the PCboard or theres a flex cable connected to the ear jack as thats hard to fix correctly. Good Luck
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FIRST OF ALL YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR EAR PHONE.I THINK YOU DONE IT.THEN CLEAN UP YOUR AUDIO JACK USING EAR BUDS OR LIKE THAT.AT THE TIP OF THAT USE SOME ALCOHOL.IF THE PROBLEM REMAINS,YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR AUDIO JACK HOLE/VOTE ME
hi. i can help you. begin by cleaning out the little hole your ear buds plug into. Carefully clean the jack hole with a needle or a tough pick. It allowed me to remove a lot of cotton like dust. if that doesnt solve it go into your phone menu under audio settings and see if you have adjusted the balance to cause your problem. also, You can try removing any debris that might be in the headphone jack by plugging and unplugging the headphones a few times. If the issue is not caused by debris in the headphone jack, request repair/replacement of the Apple Earphones with Mic online here: https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do
You can also request service by making a reservation with a Genius here: http://www.apple.com/retail/geniusbar/or call AppleCare U.S. iPhone technical support at: 1-800-MY-IPHONE (1-800-694-7466)
Hi, I hope you've solved the problem. But if the first solution does not work for you maybe this one will.
I looked at the specs for your monitor. LINE IN is for plugging in a device that makes sound, so this is not the right hole (called a jack) for the headphones plug. Look on the back of your computer for a hole that is outlined with light green. You wrote that you removed " the audio wire that connects the monitor to the CPU", this would be the place to plug in the headphones.
sometimes the phone thinks there are earphones plugged in
try plugging earphones in then unplugging again
also try volume up and down and it will display earphone on screen
keep plugging in and out until it does not say earphone on volume
if that doesnt work restart phone
I'm assuming that these are not the usualy 1/8 inch jack earphones... are these usb earphones? if so (if using xp) check the settings in the control panel/sound and audio devices/audio tab...then in the "sound playback" section, see if the headphones are given as an option...if so select them and hit okay. Make sure that there are no audio applications open when switching. Hope this helps.
I plugged the earphones in another mp3 player and they worked fine. So the interruption of sound must be in the connection between the Mp3 and earphone plug. So the earphone wiring gets a verdict of not guilty. I will do some experiments involving the female plug on the original mp3 player. That is where the problem is.
several ways.....Wirless headphones that have a small transmitter that you attached to RCA jacks coming out of audio of VCR. You can walk around or sit as far away as you need.
2nd. CONVERTER:: A RCA male plug [ again you conect to back of VCR audio plug] to audio [female] jack [you connect earphones]