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If the computer was purchased new, you do not want to tear into it. Doing so would void your warrenty. I would recomend you call HP support, since the computer would have a 1 year warrenty. Let them trouble shoot it, they will most likely send you a box to return the computer for repair.
LOL. This is a common, easily solveable problem. Remove your cellphone or anything that emits radiation of any sort from the general area. Don't believe me? send a text message while sitting net to your speakers. It does this even if you arent sending a message because your phone sends intermittent signals to the cell tower. the radiation being emitted from the phone does weird things with the magnets inside the speakers.
If you open the phone on your own it will void the warranty. My fiancee had the same problem with his phone. He turned it upside down and lighty tapped the speaker against the padded sofa arm. It instantly worked, by doing this the speaker contact was shifted back into place. If this does not work you should probably send it back.
the speaker may have quit working. or possibly if the t.v has a headphone jack something may be in the hole causing te=he t.v to send audio to the jack instead of the speakers. if that is not it if you do have a jack for headphones you can plug in an adapter to hook up your media to an external speaker device, the first place to look is this jack, if no sound will come through your headphones either thanyou have an internal problem
Most likely the speaker simply blew due to excessive heat. This is a fairly common problem with all makes and models of radar detectors. Contact Cobra. They should either be able to send you a replacement speaker which you can install yourself, or they should issue you a RMA so that you can send in your Cobra for service.
Same problem. Speakers blew out and you can't get a hold of ANYONE at the company. You might want to try contacting the co-founder and principal Richard Bracke at [email protected] (not sure if it's his correct email but I'm going to try it) or writing a letter to him at:
Address: 255 State St., San Diego, CA 92101-1315