Internal Speaker Stops Working After Unplugging Headphones On A MacBook Pro



TODO:

Have  you ever unplugged your headphones, and the internal speaker does not work, and it is simply greyed out?  You will also see a red light coming out of the headphone jack.

 

SOLUTION:

Use a toothpick and wiggle it in the headphone jack hole.  You can also insert and remove the headphones a few times and the internal speaker should kick on.

 

NOTES:

Sees to be a sensor gets stuck that turns on the Optical Input inside the headphone jack.



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