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Toshiba audio failure

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Problem: complete loss of audio including via mic input. crackling sound produced at times.

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  • birgit Mar 16, 2008

    whats the going rate for a 3.5mm stereo jack plus labour?

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Check for any hardware conflicts. If there are none then the 3.5mm stereo jack for audio out may be damaged - it has internal switches to turn off the speakers when headphones are used.

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