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Headphone problem I can hear sound through the speakers (as well as the headphones) when I have earphones inserted. HELP!!!

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The female earphone jack should disconnect the speakers when the male jack cord plug is inserted.   First try another male plug. If that doesn't work either.  then the female jack is broken or malfunctoning and wil have to be repaired or replaced for it to operate correctly. .   

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GO INTO CONTROL PANAL GO TO SOUND OPEN FOLDER GO TO SOUND TAB AND FIND WHAT ITEM YOU ARE HAVINGISSUES WITH HIGHLIGHT IT AND TEST IT TO.

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