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No sound from headphones connected to speaker

There is a headphone jack on the right speaker, but with my headphones plugged in, I continue to hear sound through the speakers and none from the headphones.

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I may be too simple of an answer but that would happen if the headphones weren't plugged all the way in. If there is a bend in the connector and it's hitting the speaker they may not be plugged in all the way.

Posted on Mar 28, 2007

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