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probably it's broken wire inside.....

it can be also because you are using it with wrong device....
try to connect your earphones to something else.... like stereo, computer, mp3 player.... or cellphone....
if you still have same problem, then it's because of broken wire....
if it's playing on some devices, and don't playing on some others, that means that conectors are either broken, oxided, or not compatible

Jan 13, 2014 | Panasonic RP HTF600 - Headphones ear-cup -...

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The only sound i get from my computer is through the head phone sockets. i have gone through the computer check and it tells me speakers are working ok

you have to change the headphones conector cause they have 4 pins and it makes an hardware switch of the audio when you connect the headphones.

try it, i hope you get lucky

Dec 29, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A300-ST6511 Notebook

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My radio display turns on but no sound is coming from speakers for some reason. There is a headphone icon on the display but no headphones are being used. Would like to know whats the problem.

there must be something in the headphone conector. try to put a headphone to see if you hear something.

but. why would a radio for car have a headphone sign. it should have an AUX out maybe. what kind of radio is that?

Jul 30, 2010 | Ford Explorer Sport Cars & Trucks

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The connector piece ripped off

it may look crapy but take apart conector and replace the wires in it with longer wires and wire nut the to pieces together

May 10, 2010 | Bose TriPort Consumer Headphones

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I can't find where to open the port for charing the phone?

If you look on the right side of the phone therewill be a opening for headphones that is silver and a second opening that should be whatever color your phone is. The second opening is the place to put in your charger or the usb conector.

Jan 13, 2009 | Verizon Communications Samsung Juke Cell...

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My Speakers went out and now all I hear is a buzz.

hello there,

First things First:

1) Check cables for dust, or bad connectivity. Clean aprop.
2) Clean carefully the volume control inside, with spray for computer use.(carefully inside the conectors)
3) Finally and sadly, have to change the speakers, may be is something damage inside the board of speakers, or fried. :o(
good Luck

Feb 06, 2008 | Boston Acoustics BA735 Computer Speakers

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Sony MDR-V150 Headphones

hi Mrguitar
Happy holidays
Depending on the conector size and for the computer, I suggest go to Radio Shack and buy a extention jack to the headphone for your particular sound card, and headphone. this should work. sometimes the new conectors don't fit well on the sound cards. so change for an extention I send you a link of example

Dec 08, 2007 | Sony JACK, HEADPHONE Computer Speakers

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Can't get speakers to work properly

Hi ! Frizz
happy holidays!
Well, you need to see if you can put in the green conector back in your PC, a pair of headphones and put a CD and see if you get sound, if so, then your sound card is fine, and is your speakers the culprit, if no, then is something with your sound card, of conections. check that please.

Dec 08, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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One side mono hearing

You have to sold the jack to the board again, probably one of the conectors lose contact. good luck

Sep 29, 2006 | X-Micro Technology EVA MP3 Player

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