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My headphone port is not working in my acer aspire5710z laptop. when pin is inserted in the port, still then the inbuilt speakers are playing, not the headphones or external speakers.

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Do the following:

Turn off the laptop, unplug power cord and remove the battery.

Put back laptop together, and restart the laptop with headphone jack in. Restart the laptop with headphone in twice.

Third time , while laptop is on, unplug the headphones and restart laptop again.

This will usually fix the headphone problem on Acer laptops.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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