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HELP-AUDIO not playing out of Headphones/External Speakers!!

Help!! I've been sitting here fiddling with the camera for the past few hours- I am simply trying to listen to my video on my Panasonic PV-GS150 camcorder through either external speakers or headphones. It continually plays out of the camera! I'm trying to edit video, but I can't because sound is coming out of the camera. My settings are: Basic>AV Jack>Out/Headphones Any help asap would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!

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Lower the volume on the camera by using the tight/wide slider on the cam

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