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Internal speakers won't work!


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Yesterdat I plugged into my macbook a pair of normal mobile phone headphones. After I released them, the internal speakers won't work...the computer won't even recognize them!!!

Any clue?!
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The headphone audio jack may be stuck. Try using a strong toothpick to release it or just use the male plug from a set of headphones - inserting and gently pulling them out several times.
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Hi,
Did you check the System Preferences in the sound section.
make sure that the "Play sound effects through : Internal Speaker "

I would take a bomb, but I can’t stand the noise.

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