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I would get intermittent reception in my right headphone. I'd have to jiggle the volume dial in order to get a steady sound. Now, suddenly, I'm getting steady sound in my right ear, and none in the left. I tried another headphone, changed the battery, but nothing helps. Thanks for your help

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This is a common problem when disconnecting power!
Try buying an ac adapter at your local pharmacy or radio shack and plug it in before changing batteries

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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