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Output from my thinkpad x40 is balanced (left-right) through the built-in speakers, but only the left channel can be heard when external speakers are plugged in.

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As you said your internal speakers are OK, then may be the problem with the external speaker. Check with another set of external speaker. if works fine then check your previous external speakers connection. if still no sound the neeed to check the motherboard.

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