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No Sound from Inernal Speakers/ Red Light showing from headphone jack

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Back with yet another problem...

I lost sound from one the right side of my headphones, so I was a little disappointed by that. I removed my headphones, to play music from my speakers instead, and I realized while the song was playing there was no sound coming out of my speaker. However, sound keeps playing only from the left side of my headphones. I took my headphone jack and noticed a red light on my hand, and I noticed that it was coming out from the headphone jack of my laptop. I did a quick Google search about it, and apparently it deals with a microswitch that has been turned on and this disables sound from the speakers.

Is there a way of fixing this without opening the laptop?

Acer Aspire 5542
-AMD Turion II x2 M500
(2.2 GHz, 1MB L2 Cache)
-ATI Radeon HD 4200 Graphics
Up to 1919MB Hypermemory
-15.6" HD LED LCD
-4GB Memory
-500 GB HDD
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