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Headphones socket does not work

When I plug my headphones into the TV headphones socket the sound stays on the TV set

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What a con. There was no mention of paying for this advice when posting the problem. I'd rather pay a TV shop to look at the problem. Thanks for nothing.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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