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Recently I've noticed that one speaker on my laptop has been making a buzzing noise when sound comes out. The sound is fine, but I think the low pitches from any noise (music, TV, etc.) make it buzz. I'm not sure if it is blown, or not. I don't think it is my sound card because I tried plugging head phones and the sound quality is perfect. I just got my lap top like in the middle of August this year. It is a Dell Studio laptop. What should I do?

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It may have become un-mounted or possible blown.

Report it to dell, and they may cover it under warranty.

do NOT open the laptop to try and fix yourself - or your warranty will be voided.

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