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Re: left speaker no sound
This could be due to so many reasons one is due to peak volumes or could be the source from which it is being played. Try a original disk and play it to check. If further it persists you will need to take it to the service centre if u dont have the skills.
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Lower the volume a little then unplug the speakers and touch the blank parts from the plug. Listen it both speakers give a hum. If so, you have to look in the computer. First check settings like volume and balance, then check you did plug in correct and if it is still only left, perhaps you have to replace the sound card. (or plug one in)
Sounds like the speaker fault. Replace the speaker. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" or "Magazine" will make surf easy. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. Do a search by type in the brand name of your device at its search box and press "Enter". http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
well go to ur speaker icon on the right hand..next to the clock and open it up..volume mixer...make sure the lide is full on the top and not muted...if it is undo muted ...also check ur cable to ur pc..if it was working yesterday...well something gone wrong with the wireing..
If there are ports to plug a cable into, you need to connect the monitor speakers to your PC via those ports. A Y cable would probably do it. The standard monitor cable does not carry sound to speakers in a monitor.
Do you have stereo headphones available? If so, try plugging the headphones into the computer. If both headphone speakers work then the problem is either in the monitor or the audio cable. If only the right headphone speaker works, then the problem is in the computer....probably a bent or broken contact in the audio output jack, or perhaps an incorrectly placed sound jumper on the motherboard.
Try to find another sound jack...for example, if you're using the sound jack on the rear panel...is there another one on the front of the computer?
Are you using the correct type of stereo sound cable? There should be three metal electrical contacts on the sound connector....a metal tip, a separate metal ring, and the metal sleeve. If there is only a metal tip and a metal sleeve with no ring...then you're using a "mono" cable that will only support one speaker.
If the cable and computer are ok, then your monitor probably has a problem with it's left speaker. You'll need to take it to a qualified computer or tv repair technician to track down the exact cause and repair it.