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Sound for toshiba laptop

When i plug headphones in i still get sound through laptop speakers.
when i remove headphones no sound at all..........

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Re: sound for toshiba laptop

Headphone jack maybe damaged from wrong insertion of some material,, try to insert headphone very slowly until sound will transfer to headphone..

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