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No sound is working on my hp pavillion

My speakers on my hp pavillion use to work but one day i put my external speakers into the jack and now the jack or speakers on the laptop work..but sometime vary failntly i can here if i put my ear next to it. any help?

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Try running through the Sound setup wizard in windows. It should dynamically adjust the speaker setup providing you answer the questions correctly. # of speakers, type of sound etc.
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