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Your best bet is to bin them and buy new ones, this happens every so often will all earphones

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I have a 1993 Toshiba 32 inch tv. suddenly there is no sound. The mute is NOT turned on. What might be the problem?


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Plug your headset to the earphone jack (if installed) of the TV.

If you can hear the sound there, the fault may due to open(defective) internal speakers or the earphone jack itself. Faulty internal speaker may replaced with new sets to back your sound to normal again. If the earphone jack was faulty, you may spray it first with electrical contact cleanerwhile inserting and pulling the headset plug into it for one minute to clean the contact. If nothing happens, this jack need to replaced with new one.


If you can't hear the sound after inserting your headset, this is an indication that the audio circuitry was gone bad. The most common caused of this trouble was the faulty sound IC(mounted in heatsink). This is the one converts the audio signal to sound and feed to your speaker's. I would advice you to look for a qualified technician to check this parts.




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No sound


Hi tom2105,


First make sure that the sound is not in "mute" mode.


Plug your headset to the earphone jack(if installed) of the TV.

If you can hear the sound there, the fault may due to open(defective) internal speakers or the earphone jack itself. Faulty internal speaker may replaced with new sets to back your sound to normal again. If the earphone jack was faulty, you may spray it first with electrical contact cleanerwhile inserting and pulling the headset plug into it for one minute to clean the contact. If nothing happens, this jack need to replaced with new one.


If you can't hear the sound after inserting your headset, this is an indication that the audio circuitry was gone bad. The most common caused of this trouble was the faulty sound IC(mounted in heatsink). This is the one converts the audio signal to sound and feed to your speaker's. I would advice you to look for a qualified technician to check this parts.


Hope I helped you.


Have a nice day!


Thanks for using Fixya.

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Hi. Try to check if it is properly connected to the sound source. If it is, check for the wires. Look for damaged parts especially near the ends. If all these look fine then the earphone speaker itself is defective and that means you need a new pair.

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My right earphone makes a little static noise, as if something inside is loose. Any ideas as to how i can fix it?


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The sound is coming out perfectly in the right earphone but it is barely coming out in the left earphone


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My phones right earphone is not working.


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The problem is obviously as a result of the fact there is a loop in the wire as a result of a breakage in the wire hence the right earphone is not working.
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It is very likely that the problem is in your MP3 player and not your ear phones. If it is still under guarentee, then take it back to where you bought it. If not it may be that the earphone jack plug is faulty? It is a trade off between the cost of repair against the cost of a new one. These things are often glued together so opening it could break it anyway - sorry

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either the speaker or the jack is out. I wonder have you tried them in more than one device. If you have and it still dosn't work. Most likely the speaker is out. your only fix is gonna be taking the earphone apart, pulling the speaker than, finding somewhere that carries one you can replace it with... or of course there is a simpler solution... Buy a new pair. Either way, Good Luck

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u have a problem either on the speaker or on the sound amplifying circuit. signal coming from the earphone jack is not amplified. check the speaker first. if its ok then check the audio output ic(integrated circuit). good luck!

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