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My daughter has an e250 and we can only recently hear out of one side.

We have tried different headphones. The headphones work on my son's e250, but not my daughter's so it's got to be the MP3 player. Any idea how to fix this problem? I thought there might be a way to adjust the balance, but have yet to figure it out. We restored the factory settings thinking that would help, but it didn't. It's worked fine until about a month ago and we can't figure out how to fix it. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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