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Internal speaker failure asus f3jc

I was using my headphones, plugged into the headphone jack. Last night,
I noticed a red beam of light coming from inside my headphone jack that was never there before,
I thought "wow that's cool, this thing shows me something new and cool everyday"...wrong.
also got a joltfrom laptop

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If the rest of the laptop works and you can still hear audio through the headphones. Buy and replace the speaker:
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If not it might be the power supply and that would explain the jolt and the red beam.

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