I have been having the problem with my headphones not connecting all the way and I went to Wal-mart where I purchased it and they didn't take it back. Now after I came home my mp3 player as a whole dosen't turn on. I'm looking for somewhere that can fix it for me. I live in SW Missouri so if anybody can help that would be great!
If you can- gently pry the case apart. There are no screws just metal clips that hold it together. I did mine and did very little cosmetic damage to it. It gives you access to the headphone plug in. Gently push the two metal contacts down and put the case back together. It won't look quite as pretty- but it will be a working unit.
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You will need an Dual RCA to 3.5mm stereo cable. One similar to this: http://www.dcables.net/Dual-RCA-to-3_5-mm-Stereo-Cable-5-Feet.aspx
It would probably be easier to pick one up at your local Wal-Mart or Radio Shack.
Just connect the RCA connectors to one of the audio line inputs and the 3.5mm to your mp3 player. Set your insignia to receive the source you just connected.
Hope this helps
Well all you got to do is go to Walley World.......(Wal-Mart) and get a (standerd cell phone size) plug that i found in a (cool) looking set that hade a lot of other connections in it.........they where all helpfull......and you can get it at most Walley Worlds for under $10.00.................................
My son had a similar issue with his. It turned out that he had damaged the headphone/charger/download/upload jack. There was no way to easily fix it, but we were able to return it to Wal-mart for another one. Why they decided to use this jack for so many different functions, I have yet to figure out. It's really a poor design for an otherwise nice mp3 player. If you can't take it back where you bought it, you are pretty much out of luck, unless you're handy enough to take the player apart and replace the jack. Sorry.
Leah, if you go to wal-mart, you can buy an adapter cord that will plug into the headphone jack of your mp3 player and then plug into your stereo to play your mp3's through it. It looks like a headphone jack on both ends. Cost is approx 3-5 dollars.