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Headphones not working on macbook but they work on ipod and iphone


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Sound will come out of the speakers of my macbook, but the headphones do nothing. This just started, so I tried a different pair of headphones and it worked fine, but I unplugged the new pair just once and they stopped working when I plugged them back in. They still work on my ipod and iphone though. I'm guessing the first pair still work on ipods, too.
What's going on?
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First guess would be a damaged headphone jack port that gives you an intermittent connection.
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