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Power output on a headphone socket is not great - depends on the headphone and speaker resistance - have you tried a cheap pair of in ear headphones to see if it is the headphone socket.
Headphone socket does sometimes break like the power socket its one of the most common problems on a laptop.
If so its not difficult to find a new headphone socket or even re-solder the old one - it may be a dry joint!
Are you getting sound through the laptop speakers for a start.
The headphone socket should interrupt the main speakers automatically so there is no setting in sounds and devices in windows that would cause your problem.
Use a paper clip as a hook to pull the end of the headphone socket to the front, to contact the speakers when headphone is not plugged in. Paper clip of 1 inch size has to be straightened out. One end bent at 1 inch for a lever. The other end bend 1/16" for a hook to pull the end contact. Cut that end to a chisel to use as wedge for side contacts pull to the center. You also need a bright LED flash light to see all the parts in the socket.
Afraid so. The fact that your brother's earphones do the same thing points directly to the ipod. It may be just a loose connection where the wires go in. Be brave, and undo the screws you can see, so that it pulls apart. Without touching anything else, have a look where your connection goes in. It may be just loose there, and you might be able to tighten it, If not, put it all back together again, and ask a repairman how much to fix it.
I believe the plastic cover has either screws or clips on both sides just pry easy under pressing inward.. slowly haste makes waste with these little things... good luck bulb should pull straight out of the socket after twisting it out of the cover
just pull off the bezel on the dash by unscrewing it and then unscrew the gauge assy.and pull it towards you enough to reach behind it and twist the rectangular light socket to the right a it should come out, replace the bulb and put it back in by twisting to the left, then put everything back together in reverse order. it takes bulb size 194. good luck
Get under the car reach behind the bumper reach towards the blinker
then find the wire that goes to it. Then twist the end left and pull
out the light bulb in and and replace. For the headlight blinker you
have to unscrew the headlight with either a 10 or 13mm socket...pull it
out...then twist the end that goes into the blinker left...replace
bulb....put things back together....done.
The socket on your player is an audio output. The headphone socket on a Hi-Fi unit is, again, an audio output. If your cable has a 3.5mm audio mini-jack (male) at each end, you can connect the headphone output of your device to an input socket, but these generally only exist in some in-car players, and rarely on home audio products.
If you want to connect to a Hi-Fi system, you are better off connecting to the phono-in sockets that you will find at the back of your unit, notably on dedicated amplifiers. You can then get a simple lead with a 3.5mm audio mini-jack (male) at one end and a pair of phono plugs (left and right) at the other end. This should cost no more than a few pounds and are available from places like Maplin or from specialist sellers on eBay.
With the rear hatch open you should see to black plastic plugs hiding the access screws, once those are removed swing the whole assembly out 4 to 6 inches. The only thing holding the other end is two posts on the light assembly go into two rubber sockets. Pull straight out from the vehicle and it will be removed.