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You're just going to have to keep pushing the small switch inside the jack to turn off the red light. Whenever that red light is on or flashing, the sound has switched to digital and cuts off the speakers and or the headphones. The switch is very sensitive and is known to malfunction. The only cure other than keep turning it off is to change out the logic board. (The switch assembly is surface mounted to the logic board.)
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