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My Speakers went out and now all I hear is a buzz.

CAn anyone help me?
Also I guess the plug in headphones jack works but in the backround i still hear fuzzy noises.

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Hello there,

First things First:

1) Check cables for dust, or bad connectivity. Clean aprop.
2) Clean carefully the volume control inside, with spray for computer use.(carefully inside the conectors)
3) Finally and sadly, have to change the speakers, may be is something damage inside the board of speakers, or fried. :o(
good Luck

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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