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Vintage Sony Receiver, AMP, Tape Deck, (circa 1982)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a mecanical problem, not in settings. The laptop's headphone jacks have builted-in switches that disconnect internal speackers when the headphone jack is plugged in. You need to replase headphone jack with a new one or manually desactivate the swith - must to get ino your laptop and have skills in work with soldiering iron
Posted on May 22, 2010
SOURCE: broken headphone jack
Hi. I provided you a document this might help in taking apart of the computer. Please click here. I would suggest also if you are not familiar in this process then why not have it serviced at Lenovo repair dept. Opening the computer on your own is risky and might lead to more serious damage if you are not familiar. If the unit is still under warranty then have our Lenovo repair department fixed the issue for you.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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