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Audio is not going out to external speakers, it remains in the internal speaker?

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Check the socket out it should go to external speakers when the socket is in use. the socket has a switch inside that turns off the internal speakers. but sometimes the settings in the menu are set to only internal you will need to check this on sound settings.

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