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iMac - Sound issues

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Member Since: Jun 11, 2006
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Mac Specs: 20" Imac 2.0 GHz Core Duo, 256 Vid Card, 1 gig ram, 40 gig ipod, 4 gig nano, 512mb shuffle

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I was listening to a song on itunes, all of a sudden the song cut out. Now the headphone jack doesn't work, and when the volume is all the way up a faint amount of sound comes out of the internal speakers. Even with headphones plugged in the faint sound only comes from the internal speakers, not the headphones.

I have flashed the pram, and restarted the computer. I also booted from an external backup. Nothing fixed the problem.

The mac does not chime on startup either.

Any help would be much appreciated. This is all so random and I can't find an answer to it. neye:
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