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Kaidaer mn02 where do i plug the speaker in on a mac computer

Which connection at back of mac do i plug speaker into and where do i then find it displayed on my mac to use it

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SOURCE: Control Volume button pushed into unit Kaidaer Mini Speaker

you must try if you have some instr. manual try to download from.
www.manualsonline.com However you must test the button with DVOM tester for open or continuity and repair or replace. Maybe some loose wires or cold solder.
God bless you

Posted on Mar 01, 2013

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