I haven't had any problems with this mp3 until one day the left earbud just gave out on me. The weird thing is that it plays through it when the headphone is halfway in but when I push it all the way in it goes out again. And sometimes when I rotate the headphone it comes and goes. I know its not the headphones becuase they work fine on my CD player, so I'm guessing its the headphone jack. Any help is appricieated.
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just do the volume the equalization. Once the Bluetooth is on just click the volume (+) until you hear a beep then click volume (-) until you hear a beep, this should equalize your volume. and give you equal sound from both of you earbud.
three possible scenarios, either the balance ( left/right) setting of menu are set to favor right vs. left. the earbud cable is not seated properly or defective sometimes the earphone jack itself on MP3 is not making contact, or broken speaker inside earplug
I have the GC-1020 Element mp3 player..i have had it for 2 months.All of a sudden i can only hear the music out of one ear of my ear buds,i have tried my earbuds on something else and they work fine..why won't sound come through both ears anymore?
There is most likely some sort of debris inside of the headphone jack leading to that problem. The speakers sound like they are blown. Try holding the home button for 10 seconds, followed by holding the lock button for 10 seconds, put it into DMU mode and restore it completely. If this does not fix it, check with Apple and see if there is a warranty still left on it.
They should come apart right where the metal meets the plastic, just below the buds themselves - be careful, one set like that I took apart were actually surface-mounted to the housing, there weren't any leads to repair...
I have this problem all the time with my JVC earbuds. This may sound a little gross but it will work. I put the ear phone in my mouth and **** on the end of it pretty hard. What I have found is that sweat or even wax will plug the little hole and prevent the sound from coming out.
This is a hardware problem that happens every so often on mp3 players regardless of manufacturer. Unfortunately, the whole player will have to be replaced, b/c there is no repair svc, and no headphone jack components for sale.
Well, here's a temporary fix until you guys can get new ones. Pull the plastic stopper about halfway up the phones. Then loop the bottom of the entire headphones through the circle that the plastic stoppers create. When you have a tiny loop, pull the upper stopper down and tighten it. People said that they needed to angle the cable in a certain way, right? Well, this fixed mine for now. Just keep it in that position until you can get a replacement or they come up with a permanent fix.