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Audio there is no audio coming from the speakers which i hope it's attached to it. i try to fiddle with the sounds control on the menu bar.

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Re: Audio

It is not remote problem please check the following 1 speaker or its wire for loose 2 check supply to sound section 3 check loose contact or loose part or print. 4 check for loose connector 5 check audio ic 6 check for signal to sound section ic is coming. hope this will help.

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