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They iPod Headphone jack can be replaced without any major issues. The problem you are experiencing is a bad headphone jack. You can find one online or you can have it fixed by a tech. No Soldering is required.
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Some Kindles have an earphone jack and some don't You can use earphones only if your Kindle has the earphone jack. It is the mini-jack like used in iPods and iPhones and many headphones (as opposed to ear buds) use a larger size jack.
Adapters are available. Try Radio Shack for adapters and lead cables. Keep in mind that most earphones require more power to operate than earbuds do and the Kindle may not be able to sufficiently power headphones to get any decent volume.
First, try using another set of earphones, if that doesnt work, I would try to reset your device. If your on an ipod touch, press and hold the lock button and home button until the device turns off and the apple logo appears, let go and see if that works. If youre on a nano, flick the hold button off then on then off again, then press and hold the center button and menu button, if neither one works, your head phone jack in your device might be bad.
Hello, This could the way the music is been recorded if it is strero or mono, also do confirm the earphone if one side of the earphone is faulty or not, if bad replace with the exact type and if not the media itself is faulty, you can take it the an electronics repair shop for them to diagonised the appliances... Hope this will help in solving.......
Have you checked the headphones with another player to ensure that it is the headphones and not the iPod's headphone jack? If not I would greatly recommend doing so. If it is headphone jack on the iPod, this can be replaced rather simply. You can go to:
http://www.rapidrepair.com/shop/1626-headphone-jack-ipod-video.html to view the price of the part and decide if it is worth repairing to you. On the same site you can view a free guide on how to remove the damaged part(s) but also I posted a direct URL below. Simply copy and paste into your web browser's address bar. http://www.rapidrepair.com/guides/Video/videodisassemblyguide.htm
i had have the same problem.....but im tolazy to go to the stor and let is fix ......but i found a solution....my right earphone didn't worked only if i applyed preasure but i thought the jack doesnt make good contact so i put around the jack some aluminum foil and putit inand iwork perfect:P!!!!!