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Gemini D71 (GEM7100) Headphone Socket Fault ?

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Hi All,

I was wondering if anyone else has had problems with their headphone socket, volume only coming out in the left ear please ?

The reason I ask is because I have two of these tablets and both are the same....only the left ear volume....nothing from the right !

If I pull / jiggle the headphone jack out halfway`ish volume comes out of both ears, I know it sounds like a fault in the socket but it`s strange that it`s the same on both tablets !

Obviously it is not the headphones as I have several pairs and tried them all.

It also says in their product spec. that it`s a stereo headphone socket.

I would be grateful if anyone could shed some light on this please?

Thanks very much.

Regards, Simon




Ok, no takers !

So....does anyone have a D71 (7100) to test their headphone socket please?

Would be really grateful if you could post your findings please :-)

Edited by Simon333

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