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Left ear no music

When i'm listening to my ipod my headphones (left ear) plays the music very softly , whil e the right ear is playing loud. I think a wire has broke on the left side. I just want to find a store that can fix my headphones.

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    well it is like now only the left ear plays only how do u fix it????

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Before you worry about repair, verify that the balance control in the iPod isn't causing the problem. The easy way to do this is to try some other audio device (home stereo, etc).

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    Before you worry about repair, verify that the balance control in the iPod isn't causing the problem. The easy way to do this is to try some other audio device (home stereo, etc).

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