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Headphones My headphone wire ripped so i matched the colors and it still didn't work. The colors were 2 gold, 1 red, and 1 green can you please help me and tell me if that was right.

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I would recommend purchasing a new headphone for the player that would be much easier. or you can try contacting sandisk to have your headphone replace and remember it will be a one time replacement.

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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