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  • iPod Help

    My ipod (4GB mini) works fine when I play it with the car adapter. But I noticed today that when I put the headphones on, the music only comes out in the right ear. I thought it was the headphones, so I tried 2 other pairs of headphones and it's the same problem.
    I just tried re-setting it as they said on the apple help site, with no luck.
    What can I do? I did buy an extra year warranty on it, just in case.
    Last edited by Joshrzmeup; 09-25-2006, 12:49 PM.
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    Re: iPod Help

    Answer: Unknown!
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      Re: iPod Help

      Try turning the headphone plug while in the ipod untill you hear both ears.

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        Re: iPod Help

        Originally posted by girrrtacos View Post
        Try turning the headphone plug while in the ipod untill you hear both ears.
        Nope, didn't work.
        I might just have to make a genius bar appointment for friday at my local apple store to get it fixed since it's still in warranty.
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          Re: iPod Help

          My wife's Ipod did something similar.

          The different adaptors (and sometimes just jerking the headphones around) can cause the headphone jacks to become loose. Now we can't use the adaptor with her ipod... Sad story.
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