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Hi,
 
Have you tried another pair of headphones to verify that it is not the earbuds' plug that is faulty? If so and it still doesn't work properly, then it seems as if your headphone jacksocket is faulty. Here is a link to the service manual for a HP Envy Touchsmart M6.
Have you tried another pair of headphones to verify that it is not the earbuds' plug that is faulty? If so and it still doesn't work properly, then it seems as if your headphone jacksocket is faulty. Here is a link to the service manual for a HP Envy Touchsmart M6.
 
Scroll to p.42 for a description on how to replace the USB/Audio board. It also gives the appropriate HP part number for the board (depending on whether you have an AMD or Intel model).
 
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03935332
 
Hopefully this will be of some help.

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Hi,
 
Have you tried another pair of headphones to verify that it is not the earbudearbuds' plug that is faulty? If so and it still doesn't work properly, then it seems as if your headphone jack is faulty. Here is a link to the service manual for a HP Envy Touchsmart M6.
Have you tried another pair of headphones to verify that it is not the earbudearbuds' plug that is faulty? If so and it still doesn't work properly, then it seems as if your headphone jack is faulty. Here is a link to the service manual for a HP Envy Touchsmart M6.
 
Scroll to p.42 for a description on how to replace the USB/Audio board. It also gives the appropriate HP part number for the board (depending on whether you have an AMD or Intel modelmodel).
Scroll to p.42 for a description on how to replace the USB/Audio board. It also gives the appropriate HP part number for the board (depending on whether you have an AMD or Intel modelmodel).
 
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03935332
 
Hopefully this will be of some help.

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Message d'origine par : jayeff ,

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Hi,

Have you tried another pair of headphones to verify that it is not the earbud plug that is faulty? If so then it seems as if your headphone jack is faulty. Here is a link to the service manual for a HP Envy Touchsmart M6.

Scroll to p.42 for a description on how to replace the USB/Audio board. It also gives the appropriate HP part number for the board (depending on whether you have an AMD or Intel model.

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03935332

Hopefully this will be of some help.

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