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Built in speakers not working on my HP pavillion zv5000, sound only through earphones plugged in.

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  • reichard Oct 22, 2008

    thanks for the suggestions.

    I found the problem. When I place a bit of pressure on the top right hand corner the sound comes on. So there might be a loose connection to the speakers.

  • grembandilla Nov 25, 2008

    my speakers wont work either ive tried reinstalling the hardware also

  • etinoco56 Nov 26, 2008

    Exact the same problem not sound thru built speakers only thru earphones line i try diferents drivers and no luck any help Thanks..

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    same problem have to tap near the speaker to work will not stay on

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Try to check your settings in the control panel sound hardware .Maybe its disconnected or there are wires that has been cut-off. Try to check also your volume settings in the task bar. Maybe its set to low or minimum volume.

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