Sounds come on and off from my pc because my 3mm jack is broken..i would have to slap the bottom left of my keyboard for the sound to come back on...and now my pc has no sound and it thinks there is a headphone plugged it (speaker properties, general tab, jack information, green circle next to -left panel 3.5mm jack)
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Hello, Your TV should have an AUDIO OUTPUT other than optic..at least " Headphones" output.. You
can connect TV audio output with a RCA cable.white and red audio jack.... since SUB has both RCA and "3,5mm
Headphone female Jack"..here are the options; ** you need to buy a cable one end 3,5mm MALE headphone jack and the other end 2xRCA stereo
(or 1x RCA for mono or you may need "Y cable " ) to be connected to
your TV... ** or 2x RCA white and red audio jack and connect from your TV.. **" "Headphones" output to SUB with 3,5 male-to-male cable ( the least recommended) And you need to connect front,centre and rear speakers to your SUB as well... Take care and if it succeeds please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for Helping out the Community :) Hope this helps!
If you have the new keyboard, look at the bottom and locate the screw sockets. On the laptop at the bottom, match and locate the approximate location of where each screws are mounted. Remove only those screw. On some laptops, you might need to remove the keyboard top frame - if they are mounted with screws, remove them as well. Some laptops have a small picture or symbol of a keyboard for each screw that needs to be removed on the bottom of the laptop.
You have to connect the unbalanced output (the 6.3mm jack) to the laptop's line in (or mic with setting the rec level at very low settings) 3.5mm jack. In details the wiring should be as follows: 6,3mm jack shield to 3,5mm jack shield 6,3mm jack ring to 3,5mm jack shield 6,3mm jack tip to 3,5mm jack tip and ring
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I assume you mean to replace it. You need to take all the screws out of the bottom,check under the battery too. Remove the hard drive,keyboard bezel keyboard, Remove all the screws under the keyboard except the cpu heat sink. Seperate the halfs & you should be able to remove the board. Now you can solder a new jack in. Good luck!
The way you described convinced me that your audio driver is OK, but the sound can be heard through the headphone only. If this is the case then you have a mechanical failure (metal fatigue) on the head phone jack assembly. I consists of two DPDT switches ganged together in a small housing with have 3mm jack on it. The leaf spring contacts failed to make after the headphone plug is detached. Only skilled technician can remove it from the PCB then sold an new one in.
You really have to completely remove the motherboard from the case to do this. If you cannot find the exact replacement jack (not called socket in parts catalogues) you can just run the wires out of the case to whatever jack that will accomodate your adaptor. If you do not have the remove/replace procedures and still want to tackle this then make sure that you keep track of where EACH screw goes as they do vary in size/threads and pay careful attention to the ribbon connectors that connect to the keyboard, display and touchpad. The bottom of the laptop has little icons that relate to what the screw releases (like a keyboard icon) and even the screw designations molded into the bottom case. If this is a maiden voyage into laptop repair then research or you will learn the hard way. An ESD strap is essential here and all drives/battery/PC modules removed. Good luck. ~Steve