Question about Sony ICF-CD7000 CD/MP3 Clock Radio (Black)
Clock works fine , I can setr alarm,but it doesn't go off no sound comming from it at all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the rear speakers are fine, perhaps I can narrow this down. Fuses must be OK. Steering wheel audio controls connect to the audio unit which has a preamp function. The W/BK outputs connect to the left front inputs of the Bose speaker amplifier; the GRN/RED outputs connect to the right front inputs. Your ear test confirms the front door speakers are not working, therefore there is no front door output from the amplifier. The amplifier stages for the front doors may not be working or no front door amplifier input is being received from the audio unit. The fader and balance controls do not show on the diagram so must be on the front panel. They could be defective. There is a remote possibility of broken/disconnected wires
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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I had the same issue. Its hardware related due to no good contact between the phone and your tiny speaker.
To fix it no too hard.
1) Open up your Samsung infuse case directions here video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewdyo2fkJj8
or pictures http://androidforums.com/samsung-infuse-4g/532693-how-fix-samsung-infuse-4g-screen.html
2) The speaker is located bottom left corner (two etched holes for sound)
3) With cover off locate 2 brass/bronze tabs that connect the phone to the speaker.
4) Slightly lift these tabs make sure not to far to brake off (1 mm)
5) Put back the cover and phone speaker should work fine
I hope this helps.
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