Question about Sony Vaio White Pcg-71913l 15" Intel Core Tmi3 2.20ghz 4gb 600 Gb Hdmi Led R
The headphone jack socket (where the headphones plug into the comp) Has been broken, It happened like this: My dog ran across the cord of the speakers while it was plugged into the computer and pulled it out, After that the plastic part (the holder of it im guessing) is broken in half it looks like, and now any kind of headphone plug will not stay in it, and will not transmit the sound through them either... I'd like to know if anyone has any DIY ideas (that acctually works obviously) so I can get back to jammin out to my music... Thanks all
1) The easiest method is to get a USB headphone and it shall solve your problem. You can easily insert the headphones in USB port and can enjoy the music of any sort you like.
Now, obviously as you must already possess a great headphone so my optimum solution to you for time being is to get a USB Stereo Audio Adapter. You shall only have to spend 7$ max and shall be able to get a decent adapter. I am also posting in a link for you if you want to buy it.
Lastly, any sort of repairs can also be done to your laptop. If you can post picture of the damage area and the current status, I would be able to give you a way to mend your laptop as well. But that is for later :-). Enjoy.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What generally happens to connectors, especially exposed to air is they oxydize.
Buy a can of "Contact Cleaner" from a local Radio Shack and spray it (through the thin tube usually provided) into the jack. One quick push, dont flood it. Take the earphone jack and insert and remove it several times, wiping off excess, which sould clear contacts and it should work normally again. If not it would have to be replaced which is no easy matter requiring an experienced Technician or Factory. Sometimes it cannot be replaced without damaging the Mother Board. This however sounds like a common problem the Contact Cleaner will fox
Good Luck :)
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
SOURCE: Sony VAIO VGN-CR23G Sound
i have sony vaio VGN-CR23G. i formatted this xp sp2now the sound driver is not installed on my machine. no audio output m getting........what to do..??
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
It might be the plug on the headphone that's bad - try it on another laptop. If it's the jack that's bad, then it will need to be taken apart and that's not easy to fix - recommend having a repair shop fix it.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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