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One speaker/earphone doesn't work on my pc

I have a custom built PC, but only one speaker or earphone works when you plug them in. I've tried different speakers/headphones but it still only comes through one side. I've check all of the sound/balance settings and they are all set so the sound should be equal. Can you help?

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Are you plugging them into the back? If so, check the audio headers on your motherboard. They'll look something like this:

o o
o o <--- Make sure there is a jumper here
o o
o o <--- And make sure there is a jumper here
o

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