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Unable to listen to music

The earphone jack does not work

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  • revmoss Nov 10, 2007

    The earphone jack contact is loose, if I hold it down firmly it works fine but in its own, it does not make contact rightly enough so that I hear only one channel.

    Moss

  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    Yup.. have the same problem myself...

  • Anonymous Nov 21, 2007

    There is hardly any volume coming out of the earphones

    I've tried a few pairs of earphones on my nano and the result is the same.

    I don't reckon it's the jack socket because surely I wouldn't get any sound at all.

  • lrose013 Dec 02, 2007

    I plug in all different ear phones turn the audio up all the way and still cant hear anything

  • Mystuffbroke Dec 10, 2007

    My T10 is the same way. When I twist the place around where I plug in the headphones I either get no sound, sound from one headphone (Most common), or sound from both (Difficult to adjust to this point). Any solutions?

  • kyshow Mar 18, 2008

    earphone jack will not work and I cannot listen through sound system hook up either...any suggestions?

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This happened to my ipod and it turned out to be some fluff stuck down the headphone jack, I took it out and it worked fine!

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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