I am getting no sound when I plug in my headphones into the headphone jack, but do get normal sound from the internal speakers when the headphones are removed.
Previously, I would get headphone sound playing video files on my hard drive, but not on utube videos online (Immediately after hitting the play button on the utube video, I hear a click in the headphones. No sound comes out of the headphones, but does come out from the internal speakers when I unplug them.)
Now I get no sound from the headphones when I play video files on my harddrive, itunes, garage band, or utube videos online.
I did not perform a os update prior to the sound going out.
Things I already tried:
1) I have deleted the macromedia folder in library/preferences, emptied the trash, then restarted firefox.
2) Reset the PRAM and NVRAM.
3) Checked System Preferences/Sound/ output shows headphones when they're plugged in and switches to internal speakers when unplugged.
4) Checked Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup/ audio devices/audio output shows headphones when plugged in and internal when unplugged. Format 44100.0 Hz 2ch-16bit.
Things I did not try:
I did not reset the SMC because I'm not having any of the associated problems listed here:
I did not screw with the headphone jack, because I don't think it's messed up because I was getting sound from the videos on my harddrive.
I get no sound using firefox or safari.
Help would be appreciated as I'm not covered by warranty, and have already paid $100 service 4 months ago for a battery charging issue.
Mac OS X 10.5.8 (9L31a)
Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Firefox Mac Os X 10.5.8
Firefox For Mac
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