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SPEAKERS WON'T WORK !

I had my speakers pluged it with earphones and i pulled hard and the speaker cable unplugged and when i plugged it back the light won'tt come on and i can't hear anything. HELP !

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Try to restart your computer...

Posted on May 09, 2009

  • Michael Slabbert
    Michael Slabbert May 09, 2009

    well then it shorted somehow. and then your sound board front panel is buggered. laptop or pc?

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