2G Speaker.....

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  1. Kobrakai

    Kobrakai New Member

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    hey everyone,

    I have a problem with my speaker. For some reason it will only play sounds when the headphones are plugged in but I cant hear anything when I unplug them. I already reset all settings and I dont want to restore all the way, So I was wondering ifanyone could help me. Also when I unplug the headphones and use the side volume buttons it says the headphones on it.
  2. reaper2012

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    Same problem here as well. Just got a new one from the apple store yesterday because my iPod of three months decided it didn't want to turn on anymore. And now having this problem. Wonder if replacements are refurbished? is there a mute function that we're missing?
  3. JonnySK

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    I have a refurbished 2G and it works fine. If you have already rebooted/restored, there is not much left you can do, so I think you need to try restoring. If that doesn't work, it's probably a hardware fault, and needs replaced.
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    Thanx for the info looks like another trip to the apple store.
  5. Kobrakai

    Kobrakai New Member

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    I already rebooted and restored all the way. I even upgraded to 3.0 to see if that would work. Looks like I need to Make a trip to the apple store. By any chance does Anyone know how much it would cost to fix.
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    If none of those things worked (Rebooting, restoring, upgrading) Then it is definitely a hardware fault, and you need to take it to apple to be fixed.

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