Dell inspiron E1505 internal speakers are not working. I hear sound when i use headphones. I checked all diagnostic test, reinstalled drivers, in vol control panel advanced settings its already sp mute button is unchecked. It was working fine till the day i was using laptop, TV and Iron box on single phase of 3 phase electricity. and it got trip ......since then not working
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The problem is in the earphone jack, when you plug headphones into the jack it dis-connects the internal speaker. Since you can hear the sound through the head gear, it indicates the jack is defective and needs to be replaced, or it needs a good flushing of electronic contact cleaner, attach the supplied straw and aim it in the jack and spray, next take the headphone jack and push it in and out quickly, repeat the process three or four times, If this fails the laptop will need to be dis-assembled for continued repair.
1. remove all external peripherals. 2. use the internal speakers 3. uninstall / reinstall the audio drivers 4. reboot system 5. if still hearing the crackling sound check if cracking sound can be heard only inside windows of even in the bios. 6. check bios hdd if in acoustic mode performance if yes then set it to normal.
I have a 700m, so I'm real familiar with the system. I see one of 2 possibilities. The headphone jack has a switch that disables the on-board speakers, if that is stuck or broken, then the jack/switch must be replaced. (Big hassle)
The other is easier to troubleshoot, then connection from the speakers to the MB goes through the Right hinge cover. Take the hinge cover off, check for broken wires (I has one, ***** to splice too)
You have verified that the sound card and drivers are working, by plugging in externals. This leaves only the speakers. Check and clean the speaker connections, they will sometimes work loose or get a little dirt/corossion build up. If the connections are good, then you will need to replace the speakers.