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OK, that makes sense. Use a headphone plug and push it in an out of the jack several times to see if the sound returns. If not, use a strong toothpick to insert in the jack and move it around a bit until the sound switches back on. There's a small release switch in the rear of the headphone jack that allows it to switch between digital and audio out.
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