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Magic sing....i cant hear my voice or anything but all videos and songs are fine help!

Everything works fine the button tones,music,video, etc.. but when i try to sing or talk i cant hear any audio coming out from the TV

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You need to replace the voice coil. it is already grounded, that is the one inside the mic ball (where you speak or sing). it is not repairable so you need to purchase a new voice coil

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