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#1 Galad

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 07:19 PM

My headphone jack has crapped out or broke in some way(?). Plugged my headphones in and noticed sound from one ear only, and as if the voice was coming from within a barrel. Pulling out and reseating several times made no defference and eventually worsened. Only when I discovered no sound out of the jack/headphones did I realize all SPEAKER sound is now out also.

I'm guessing the PC thinks there's something plugged into the jack, so the PC speakers are muted? (Or my hope at least).

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#2 garmanma

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 10:21 PM

The audio jack and the DC Power jack are common problems with laptops with applying tension on the plug A solder joint could have possibly broke loose from the board. Is the plug loose in the outlet? Do you have another headset to try? I would take it to a local repair shop for an estimate (not a big box store) I find a right angle adapter
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