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Help me! sumthing s wrong wid my sundisk mp3.it plays but i cant hear the music what is wrong with it.???????

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Check the volume, try unplugging,and then replugging the earphones, then if that doesn't work you might try a different headset. these cheap ones burn out quickly. if none of that works then there must be a problem with the device itself.

Posted on Feb 11, 2007

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