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Hello,
Firstly I would try increasing the monitor's volume control (found on the right hand side of the monitor).
If that does not help, check your computer's volume control is not muted.

For me however, the number one cause of no sound is the green audio lead which normally plugs into the rear of the monitor coming loose. This lead can be found just by the video lead. Could you check that that is plugged in firmly and if it is, check the lead on the PC side of things. Check that the green lead is plugged into the (usually) green headphone or speaker output jack on your computer. If this does not help, then try to borrow another lead of the same type (ask for a 3.5mm to 3.5mm lead) and try that. If none of this has helped then your monitor may be defective.

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