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I don't sound from my left Edifier M1250 speaker

I bought these speakers and I noticed that I don't hear sound from it's left(passive) speaker. I tried the Microsoft Fixit but it couldn't resolve the issue. Operating System: Windows XP Service Pack3

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If possible, swap the speakers side for side. If that same speaker does not work on the opposite side, the speaker is likely defective. However, the connection to your computer could be bad, causing one channel to drop out.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

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    Avijit Dey Jan 09, 2014

    I checked the speakers on someone else's PC and it's working fine. It might be hardware issue and I re-installed the sound driver but the problem still persists.

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