My right earphone for the sansa m240 works great, but the left one loses sound when you make a sudden movement, when you are running, or when the car hits a bump. You have to twist the plug/jack and adjust and hold your hand there to get decent sound. But then, if you move, it goes away again? What is wrong with it? Can I fix it?
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could be a lose wire in the right side open it up and find it solder it so it strong and will never be lose again if there is no lose wire solder them all and see if that makes a differences if not i dont know wat u can do
I had this very problem. The Sansa worked great for over 1 year, but then I started getting some dropping out of sound on the left side.
Today I went to an electronic shop and they opened up the unit. There was a small crack in the solder of the earphone jack on one side. So the electrician just used a fine point solder and fixed that, then strengthened the other solder points of the jack to make sure it won't happen again...
I hooked in the earphones....and it is PERFECT again!!!!
So, don't lose hope...just take it in to a decent electronics shop and they will most likely be able to fix your problem.
And he only took around US$10 for the job.
Beats buying a new player...