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IAudio X5L Whenever I play music and I have earphones in the sound keeps flicking on and off. The earphones are not the problem. I have to hold the earphone wire in to the into the little port where you insert the earphones and try to get the music to stay on. The voice recorder does not work either and I do not know why. Everything else seems to be in working order. Thank-you

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  • redskyfire May 27, 2008

    I am having the same problem with the left hand speaker/headphone, I need to keep tweaking the connection and it is very frustrating.

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SOURCE: Earphone socket on the Cowon iAudio XL5 30 gig.

try to send it back to Cowon company, or try to solder the joints, inside the mp3 player most likely it is at the top of the mp3 player, but know what your doing otherwise it can be destroyed, if you don't repair it the right way 

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