03-25-2013 08:29 AM
My Lenovo U310 Ideapad Has been Having speaker problems,
The Headphones are working fine but the Inbuilt speakers that are Awefully situated inbetween the hinge and the base of the Screen aren't working.
First i thought that this was a issue with the headphone jack assembly that might have cut off the internal speaker circuit due to improper removal of the headphone jack but thats not true because I noticed that Its an Issue with the angle I keep my Screen's tilt.
On moving the screen to any angle above 90 or 100 degrees the speakers get cut of and are activated once its below 80 degrees.
I am a bit worried any words on that?????
THANKS A LOT IN ADVANCE!!!
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03-27-2013 04:04 AM
Welcome in Lenovo Forums
Your clarification regarding moving the Hinges that makes an effect on the speakers performance was enough to know that that over 90% it makes something like confliction on the speakers , according to that we will be highly appreciated if you can contact the below support to have your issue sorted out
Please let me know
06-12-2014 01:02 AM
08-17-2014 07:58 AM
I'm having an issue with my speaker as well. I have seen that the sound may stop working depending on how far the screen is tipped back. I believe this is the same issue that raisedadead experienced.
How can I fix this problem?
08-17-2014 01:01 PM - edited 08-17-2014 01:02 PM
I guess this is an inherent design flaw with the wiring of the speakers and the hinge. I had to get mine replaced at the Lenovo Service Center and luckily my laptop was under warranty at the time. So I recommend you too to do the same and get it checked with the nearest service center.
I hope this helps.
11-04-2015 03:30 AM
03-13-2016 09:10 AM
thanks, at last after long search I found the source of the problem. I have the problem with my Audio and also with my display.
Could you please also tell me :
* Did you go to Lenovo Service centre, how to you find an authentic Lenovo service centre ?
* How much did it cost for you ?
* Did they repair it infornt of you ? ( I have very bad experience of service centres replacing original parts while repairing !)
Thanks once again.
08-11-2016 02:03 PM
08-12-2016 09:07 AM
Welcome to the Lenovo Community edlee !
I'm not an owner of your model, but I can point you to some resources to aid in your repair. Here is the U310's Hardware Maintenance that will explain how to disassemble the laptop. It also has a parts look up section that can be assistance for finding replacement parts.
I've also included a Lenovo Training Video on the U310 model. The video'es will demonstrate the removal and replacement of various hardware items in your model.
I suspect the speakers and their wires are all one unit. You could replace the speakers or use an ohm meter to find the break and just replace that section of wire.