#2
The hole of.... your ear?
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#3
you've been ****ed in the ear one too many times, my friend.
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like i said..i feel like a dumass... oh!!! man you are refering to your abreviated name wow..i really feel stupid *blushes* god... sorry USHO.


man i feel like a **** now...
#4
Just push really hard. I mean.. don't break the iPod or headphones, but you might have to push pretty hard to get it in all the way. This happens to me sometimes too, where you can't get it in all the way but you still hear the sound. Just put a lot of force into it. Or buy new headphones.

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#6
Duct tape or new headphones. Or if it turns out to be a problem with the iPod not the headphones, you'd better hope you're in warranty.
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