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Sound cut Pls I am also finding it difficult to use my earphone port. It will cut the sound from the speakers and not produce sound from the earphone.

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    My earphone is working perfectly and I even the change the board house the port and still had the same problem

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Is your ear phone damaged.......or not working....

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