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Cabinet's front speaker hole is loose

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#1 nav2684


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Posted 18 February 2014 - 04:07 AM

Hi guys,

Recently I purchased a new machine but the cabinet's front speaker hole is loose I mean when I insert my headphone's jack into it then I hear sound on my left side. To get the balanced sound I have to put the jack half in the hole. I tried the headphone on the mobo's hole and it works fine that means there is something wrong with the cabinet's hole. Is it right if I replace it with the mic hole I mean if I change mobo's connections and change it with mic!!! Thanks

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Posted 18 February 2014 - 08:32 AM

Almost all are secured with a backer nut, it may or may not be easy to get at but well worth a look, with it wiggling around there is the possibility of it shorting out.  Being it is new I would take it back, let them fix it.



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