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Loud sound coming from soundsticks

The green wire that you put into the computer under the headphones slot, makes a very loud noise when moved. Loud sound coming on and off, when there is movement. When you pull it up it stops, but then goes right back to the sound

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Make sure you have inserted it into the correct hole and if you have connect in completely so it does not move also make sure it is not touching steal or you PC case.

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