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Headphones When I plug in my headphones the volume is still on so everyone can still hear what I am listening to? I listen at work so this is causing quite a problem. Is there any way to just listen to my headphones?

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Either the resistor that shuts power off to your speakers when it is plugged in is either missing, shorted, or blown. If you know where to get the unit fixed, that should take care of the problem.

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