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I have a HP laptop and my speakers only work when headphones are plugged in! any idea how to fix that?

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Right click on the little icon of a speaker on the left hand side of the lower taskbar or go into Control Panel and select Sounds and Audio Devices

When it opens click on the Advanced tab at the bottom and select the speaker you want to use Save the setting and exit

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