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HP Pavilion G series Laptop Speakers are making weird noises,please help.

Right speaker has stopped working and left speaker makes robotic elongated noises during music/sound in general

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You stop the speakers and add vlc media player it works nicely.

Posted on Mar 26, 2013

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Still if the laptop is out of warranty then dissasemblying is required. The information required are all give to the Service manual of th DV6000 provided from HP itself along with the part list and coding of the new set of speakers you need.

The process is not hard actually for this model. It can be done fairly easy. (in other laptop a complete disassembly is required which is very tough task)

The manual you will need is the one below. (Simply left click)

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01035677.pdf

At page 146 you will see how the speakers are removed. Also follow the instruction on the quoted previous sections.

The part number of the speakers is 431447-001 and it is mentioned at the same page.

The part costs around 5$ used from Ebay :) If you dont believe me check it out yourself :)

http://cgi.ebay.com/HP-DV6000-SERIES-SPEAKERS-431447-001_W0QQitemZ180230305257QQihZ008QQcategoryZ16145QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1713.m153.l1262

Many regards and I hope you can get your precious laptop working again as a charm :)

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