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If all attached components appear to be in order, examine the button itself to see if there is any visible damage. Refer to the ASUS Transformer Button Replacement guide to learn how to replace a faulty power button. Stay logged in Sign up now! You will need a T4 torx screw driver. http://sohohosting.net/asus-transformer/asus-transformer-prime-charger-not-working.html

Ensure that your device is turned off to avoid injury. Faulty Battery¶ If the charging port appears to be in working order, you may have a faulty battery. LG V20 Roundtable Google Pixel: A real-world review, one week later Speak to me Google Home needs Assistant to get a lot better, fast < > Pixel Galaxy S7 Galaxy Note Aug 7, 2012 #16 NicholeTech Member Joined: Aug 1, 2012 Messages: 5 Likes Received: 0 When you push your jack in if it does not click it is not in all http://www.transformerforums.com/forum/asus-transformer-tf101-help/22566-help-headphone-jack-not-working.html

LMBates, Blyts and GorillaTheHutt like this. Ideally this will "free" them to revert back to their normal color patterns. 4. Long story short, mine works fine now after I saw the volume slider was muted after plugging in headphones.

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Also, ensure that there is nothing blocking or covering the LED light when using the flash. The speakers worked fine. Popular Topics Top 3 android apps you're crazy about First Major Nastiness from Samsung Hits My Note 7 How can I write on my screen shots? http://forums.androidcentral.com/asus-eeepad-transformer/348121-problems-speakers-headphone-jack.html Refer to the MircroSD, HDMI, Headphones Audio Port Replacement guide to replace the port.

I thought I had that problem too and then someone said that the tablet goes to mute with headphone so you need to increase the volume.. Buttons are broken¶ If buttons are jammed or not working they may need to be cleaned or replaced, refer to the ASUS Transformer Button Replacement guide to clean and replace buttons. To determine the issue, turn off your device and remove the screen to reveal the inside of the tablet. It will just stop...

This happens with some bluetooth devices, but not all. http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/id-1992174/broken-headphone-jack.html To learn how to replace the screen, check out this guide. Diddy Posts 72,737 Posts Global Posts 72,775 Global Posts Make sure the jack is clear of debris. It seemed like it is all that way in but the external sound was flaking in and out.

Verify that you do not have headphones plugged into the device while attempting to play audio from the speakers. http://sohohosting.net/asus-transformer/asus-transformer-prime-audio-not-working.html Jul 22, 2012 #3 4ubest Well-Known Member Joined: Mar 31, 2012 Messages: 278 Likes Received: 15 mloo said: ↑ Yep, looks like I've got the same headphone jack issue. Has anyone tried? If there is no visible damage to the inside of the device, the issue is still likely due to the speakers, and you should consider replacing them.

If there is any debris, ensure that it is cleaned out before removing the light and replacing it. Just made me wonder. The screen was not an issue. this contact form If the speaker appears damaged or dented, or if the wires appear very frayed, you will need to replace the speakers.

If the audio does not play clearly, it is because of the file, and not a faulty headphone jack. Presumably a manufacturing issue. Check Repair Status Find Service Locations Product Registration Email Us Call Us Security Advisory Community Global / English Terms of Use NoticePrivacy Policy ©ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

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Frederuco's Fantastical Forum Favorites! ASUS T100 64GB TF101 32 GB + Dock was mine now my wife's Nokia 635 win 8.1 ASUS MB Z97-A with I5 CPU (mine home brew PC) HP Desktop (wife's) Retired: Haha, more like it was a partnership with all the headphone makers to break the plugs even faster! Dissapointing as otherwise the devise works fine.

Appreciate the help. HDMI connection does not work¶ My tablet will not connect via HDMI HDMI Port is damaged¶ The HDMI/ microSD/ Headphones Jack port has been damaged and needs replacing. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... navigate here I have a problem with the 3.5mm headphone jack in my nexus 7, when i plug in a headphone, I just can hear the Sound from the left side, the right

To do this, remove the screen from the device, revealing the inside parts of the tablet. pencil eraser or stylus), gently place pressure on the malfunctioning pixel or row of pixels. Oct 22, 2012 #22 stu9000 New Member Joined: Mar 30, 2012 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 I'm losing sound in one headphone after owning the n7 about 6 weeks. Simple Issues¶ Ensure that you have placed the volume on the maximum setting.

It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality. Jul 23, 2012 #5 GorillaTheHutt Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter Joined: Nov 17, 2009 Messages: 227 Likes Received: 40 i think my issue is a little different than the latest reports, i would never have thought of pressing that hard, but it seems like it seats fine now.