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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
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.
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(
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 http://www.become.com/headphone-extension-cables
Hi ! Frizz
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.