That little green input on your computer for headphones and speaker...

#1
Is there a way to fix it?

It's a bit broken..

I have to move the speaker jack around a bit to get it to work properly, and every now and then it just disconnects, and I hear the music weirdly, and I have to move it around a bit again.

And it's annoying.


I know it's the not the speakers' jack itself, 'cause I've had the same issue with other speakers, and more than one pair of headphones.
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#2
I say, open up ur computer and take a look inside?

I believe we have a compuer thread also, where they might be able to point u too replacements parts more specifically if needed.

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Last edited by xxdarrenxx at Feb 11, 2014,
#3
Nah buddy, unless you got an extra (my computer has 2 of those for example) you are shit outta luck.
#5
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I say, open up ur computer and take a look inside?

I believe we have a compuer thread also, where they might be able to point u too replacements parts more specifically if needed.


Thanks, I'll try in there..

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#7
Try kissing it to make it better
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#8
you can do one of either of these two choices, along with the usb sound card: get a new motherboard, or install a sound card. any of those things will fix it for you.
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Nah buddy, unless you got an extra (my computer has 2 of those for example) you are shit outta luck.

What. This is an incredibly simple fix. Go to store>buy replacement jack>install (literally just snaps in)>done.
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