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My right logitech speaker jack no longer works due to the cable being pulled out too hard. im sure its the jack because the right speaker still works in the left jack. i had a quick look at the inside and don't know where to begin to repair. any help will be much appreciated, one speaker sounds sad :(

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  • Flo210 Dec 24, 2010

    Are you talking about the rear speakers?

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If so, buy an unwired RCA (male) jack. Remove the jack from the speaker (if it didn`t broke while pulling) and connect the new RCA jack.

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