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Sound on my iMac, comes and goes!

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Having a problem with my iMac which had OS9 and X
when I had to advance to a higher OS X I learned some Software, printer
scanner didn't work. Would have been nifty if Apple mentioned this!

Overcame all that horsepucky with new hardware.

Recently, the earphone jack works (always) but the iMac looses it's
ability to play through internal speakers . . . any ideas?

Have changed my iMacs name from RALPH to SusieQ.

Once internal speakers were working then went to youTube and internal
speakers quit. :-(

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Chris in Brookline, Boston Area
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