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No speaker sound. resoldered chips and started to work but problem returned

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  • Jonathan Caldwell Oct 08, 2009

    gonna give it another try. thanks I will let you know if this works.

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You know the problem and the solution as well. Do it again. But the heating of the connectors may be harmful for the chip. So, if it does not work this time after re-soldering, then replace the chip.

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