My radio was temperamental for awhile, with misuic coming through the right earphone only if I jiggled the volume button. Now I have steady sound from my right ear and no sound at all from the left. It's not the earphones--I checked them. I called the service center in my area and they said they no longer fix this model. My guess is that something is unbalanced inside and needs adjusting. What can I do?
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Does the set have a earphone jack? if dirty or damaged it will cut the TV sound out---about the only other possible reason is a audio problem in the TV itself---if possible put ear up to speaker to see if any sound or buzz is heard.
Dear, in your mobile just play an audio without your ear phone, then increase or decrease its volume if it get increased or decrease then their is no problem in your mobile. then again put your ear phone to your mobile, and trying doing the same thing, if it does not getting increase or decrease then surely their is a problem in your ear phone. change your ear phone either from nokia care or some local mobile accessories store.
Out of the box or before using it, you have to charge the headset for about 4hrs or until no light on the headset (red if it's charging). Then try using it again play around with the volume. If you encounter the same thing then you have to replace it at the store.
Your current solution to solve the difference in volume (the piece of paper) is not far from the problem.
Your problem is earwax. I have the same earphones and had the same trouble. I checked cable and plug but they were all fine. So then I checked for earwax. It didn't look like I had too much on the rubber plugs - removed that. The problem was what was on the nets. There was some visible, I tried my best to remove that with a sharp knife but the problem remained. I tried to remove some more and found that you can remove the nets easily with a sharp item - just pull them upwards.
There was quite some on the inside of the nets. I thoroughly scraped it all off with the same knife. There can very well be better ways to remove it but this worked perfectly for me.
When all was gone, I tried the earphones and was shocked at how much the volume had gone down in both ears (more in one) before the cleaning.
I hope this helps.
I don't know if you used new earphones but if you did I would try to clean the inside of the mp3 player then reconnect youre earphone. If you still have the problem return to the store, then the hardware in the mp3 itself is wrong.
Use the side buttons to lower the master volume, when your in media mode listening to your music, you have to use the side buttons or flip it open and use the side buttons by squeezing your finger between the big screen and the keyboard, they diodnt think that part out to well.
The ear Piece volume control your talking about only pertains to when your actually on a call.