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No sound when i plug headphones into CardioVision

When I plug headphones into CardioVision pad there is no sound coming through headphones. I have tried different headphones to make sure that was not the problem. Thanks!

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User problem!! The main TV volume and the headphone volume work independently so you can have the TV volume set at zero and use the headphone volume. However I suggest getting a pair of headphones with it's own volume control.

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go to your remote contol ( menu )
then you go to the option set up.
then you go to headphones and you can set the volume louder.
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Hi pmcgonigal,
This fault indicate of two reasons :
Bad solder joints in the earphone jack. Check and make some re-soldering in this parts.
Faulty earphone jack itself. If the solder joints is good, replace this jack and your unit will have a sound output in your headset again.
Hope I helped you.
Have a nice day!
Thanks for using Fixya.

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Check around for pricing.

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