1891 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Feb 8, 2010 9:00 AM by college_kid491
Yeah, if it is the red light problem, it can be quite finicky to fix. I think it's like a manual switch you're trying to get to rotate about a quarter turn. I've seen the tooth-pick suggestion and also one using the inside ink container of a ball point pen. Just stick it in straight as far as it will go and try turning it back and forth. It might take a number of tries, but you'll know it's worked when the red light goes off.
I have the very same problem , it started out today , how much you think the guys @ the Apple store will charge for something like this ??
I have no red light coming out of the earphones outlet , but nevertheless I have no sound , this is driving me freakin insane , how the heck do you get it to work again ?? I have tried the ball pen suggestion , the put it to sleep and unplug your earphones suggestion , I tried pulling in and out my earphones , nothing !!
If I wanted to use the toothpick suggestion what should I do ?? push the connectors in or out ??
Thanks you guys =)
LokoTripper, try resetting your SMC and PRAM.
Resetting the System Management Controller >>
Also, try plugging some earphones i and out once.
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