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I purchased a MacBook this summer and when I plug in my headphones, no sound comes out and the computer speakers remain on. I can not figure out the problem. Any ideas?
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try turning up the volume and turning the mute on or off
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. . . Thanks. Still no dice.
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I purchased a MacBook this summer and when I plug in my headphones, no sound comes out and the computer speakers remain on. I can not figure out the problem. Any ideas?
This might seem a little silly....but, are you sure you are plugging them into the headphone jack and not the line in jack?

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....have you tried another headphone set, or tried the 'phones somewhere else just to eliminate them out of the frame.....
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