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One side mono hearing

I can only hear one side of the record on my mp3 player. It doesnt play stereo.

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  • djclemens Dec 05, 2007

    plays the first half of every song in stereo and then it jumps to mono on one side of my headset (earbuds). If I forward to the next song it resests to stereo again. Over and over the same problem happens on every song.



    Thanks for any assistance,



    Doug

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Maybe it's a headphone problem? buy a cheap set of $0.99 headphones, and see if that cures your problem, before buying anything else.

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You have to sold the jack to the board again, probably one of the conectors lose contact. good luck

Posted on Apr 18, 2007

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