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    Speaker Problem


    So I got this Toshiba A505-S6030 about a month and a half ago, and it came with Harman/Kardon "premium sound" speakers. Problem is they haven't been working right lately. The right speaker stopped having sound and only the left speaker worked, and I tried updating the Realtek High Definition Audio driver. This seemed to fix the problem, but a couple days later the right speaker started working and the left one died. Occasionally both of them will have sound but the left one goes out quickly. I was hoping I didn't have that bad of luck to have quality speakers die in only a month (especially since I never even put my volume over 50%), but I tried using headphones and there were no issues with sound...any advice? Thanks for your time.
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    Do you have guarantee? If you have guarantee, you can ask them to repair your speaker.

    Hope this help
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    Unplug everything and plug everything back in. Sounds like a loose wire to me. If you have a big pile of spaghetti behind your computer clean that up with some cable ties too.
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