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Can't hear music from sansa

When I listen to my SanDisk 4GB Sansa e260 I can't hear any music come out unless i move the plug in, in different directions. It also only works in one ear.

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Hi. If you have to adjust your earphone (even if you used other earphones) just to get a normal stereo sound, then the problem is with the player's earphone jacks. If that's the case (and assuming the radio feature of the player also manifests the same problem), then you may need to call the tech support guys at SanDisk for advanced troubleshooting, or possibly replacing that player. I found their tech support contact number at their website upon consulting prior issues I had with my player. Here it is: 1-866-726-3475.

Posted on May 16, 2007

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