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One Speaker Works; The Other Does Not

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I have Dell Speakers. My right speaker has stopped working. My left one works fine. I have tried all the plugs and they seem fine. I was wondering if this means my right speaker is shot for good, or is there an easy way to fix it myself.


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firstly, make sure it is the speaker that faulty, not something else. Either connect the speakers to another computer to test them, or to a walkman or the headphone jack on the front of your CD drive.

If it is definately the speaker then you would best off just getting a new pair.
If you really want to try & fix it, then open the speakers up & check for any loose connections in the wiring that need soldering. If the faulty speaker is fed from the working speaker, then check the connections inside that one as well. Don't forget to check for any damage to the speaker wires as well.
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