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I have a toshiba satellite M 100 laptop. The speaker are irregular.. one gives less volume whereas the right one is loud... help me and reply at gauravjit.singh28@gmail.com

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Dear sir,
at first plz check that your volume control balance settings is accurate. check the attached image for setting volume control. another things is this types of problem occurs:-
1) if your laptop headphone socket's internal connection plate semi displaced.
2) if your laptop internal audio amplifier circuit weak.
if problem no.1 occurred then u can try it by using a audio jack in and out 4 or 5 times.
so plz check
thanks
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