Question about GPX PD708B Portable DVD Player
Sounds like the headphone jack might be broken, because the sound goes over the headphone jack to the speakers on the unit.
The headphone jack, disconnects the signal going to the internal speaker when a plug is plugged in.
If the headphone jack cracks, breaks, or simply doesn't pass on the signal then you will not get sound from the speakers.
Since you get sound from the headphones, that might be the issue. OR it can be a problem with your speakers.
In any case to solve the problem the unit needs to be taken apart and the headphone jack inspected, and speaker tested.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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