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Cobra CB gets power, no signal, no noise, no P/A

I have a cobra CB lowest model, 19 i think. i wired to batt. and connected to antenna. nothin. no static, no test, no noise. Speaker fried? should i try a different one? am i overlooking something completely obvious?


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