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Hp pavillion dv6225 laptop with built-in speakers, no sound. But plugged in headphone works

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There are 2 volume control buttons on the laptop. 1 turns it up 1 turns it down. Try turning the volume up. It may be up high enough for you to hear with headphones but now loud enough to be heard through the speakers.

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