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If you can hear the sound from the headphone(earphone jack), the fault is between the headphone itself or the speakers. Check the continuity of the speakers(voice coil) using the multimeter to determine if it is faulty or not.
If you've confirmed that the speakers are not the issue here, you may spray an electrical contact cleaner to the earphone jack of your unit while pulling and inserting the headset plug to clean the contact from dirt build-up inside. You may also replace the earphone jack with new one to back the unit in normal operation.
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try to hook the speakers to a different device like an ipod, etc, and try a different outlet for the power supply of the speaker if it does have one. also try a different speaker or even an earphone to your pc for you to know what really is causing the problem.