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IF the head phone jack works and the speakers don't then the issue is the jack. The jack disconnects the speakers when the headphones are plugged in. I have seen the jacks get the connections bent out of place by having pens and other objects stuck in the head phone jack. Ignore the subwoofer it is on its own circuit,
have you tried other headphones or earphones some headphones lose connection in the wire and will cause a short where one side works and the other doesnt if this is not the problem may have a lose jack on the inside of the player and will probably have to have it serviced
I had this problem a few months ago, what is wrong is, you have a bad driver, something that you can do is switch the USB mode, this should work. If you have tried to the driver and switch the USB mode and it still doesn't work, then let me know.
Ok people the problome is in the head phone jack. It don't make proper conection any more from being twisted and wiggled around all the time. What you can do is take the mp3 apart and put a little pice of paper and fold it upon top of the head phone jack and put it back together. Make sure that the paper is still thick enough to push down on the jack. You might have to get two extra screws of the longer two types. just in case. Any comments e mail me at: [email protected]