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Speakers not working-- can only hear using headphones w/computer

We can't get our speakers to work. We can only use headphones to hear anything from our computer.

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Unplug your headphones, and plug the speaker cord into that jack. its possible that the speakers you are using require power either by a cord or batteries and without them, it wont play sound. also, possible, your speakers are bad.

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