Question about Insignia IS-PDVD10 Portable DVD Player
If it has always done this, then there might be a problem with the speaker board or the hedphone hack (the headphone ports are designed to disconnect the speakers when a plug is inserted).
If this is a recent development, try shooting some canned air into the headphone jacks and see if it doesn't free up the contacts.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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