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Try turning down the volume, small speakers in general can't handle a lot, if you still have trouble, the speakers may need to be replaced or the audio output chip. Hook external speakers to see if that will cure it, if no change! replace the ic chip.
you may be close to a strong magnetic field ie tv or sterio speakers ect move away from magnetic source some tv engineers or com engineers have a wand type tool thats moved over the screen which will restore it or sometimes you just wait and eventually it will right its self. hope this helps.
this types of problem come from the sound section of the laptop motherboard. your laptop contains sterio sound system. problem is one channel of the sound circuit faulty. but it is too dificult to repare it.
u can do one think, u can stop one channel sound by using sound balancing option from the task bar volume control option.
also u can contact with Acer service centre.
It may be the speakers are going bad or you may need to update your sound card drivers.Try going to your setting for your sound and make sure the settings are correct.Make sure they are set for laptop stereo speakers with full hardware control.
Hi, my problem was that I had trouble turning my laptop on. It had been getting worse over the last couple of years. It was suggested that the power button should be replaced. While searching the HP site on how to do this, I ran across a solution that said to take out the battery, unhook anything else that might be connected to the laptop, and then press the power button for around 10 seconds to drain all remaining power out. Then put battery back in and try to turn on. It worked! My laptop now turns on and off just fine! Hope this can help someone else....Linda P