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Speaker plug into the speaker port you will see a three female pin in the rear panel of the computer insert the speaker pin into the center female pin it iis the speaker out

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    1. Make sure the speaker is plugged ti the mains(power) 2. There are three or four audio ports at the back of your machine 3. Plug in the speaker jack into the port painted green
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