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Can't hear i dropped my mp3 player and every since i can only hear out of one side of the earphones. i tried a brand new pair of earphones, but no sound on the right sound.

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Depending on the side you dropped it on, it could have hit the headphone jack and push the female end in, if that happens, who knows, probably just knocked loose a soldering job, can be fixed with a soldering gun, if not, just lay a knife on the burner till its red hot and use that.

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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Strangely enough, the same thing happened to me, except if i jiggle it the sound comes on. I think it has something to do with the plug... (Duh)

Posted on Nov 10, 2007

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