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Digital radio my radio has no sound only a buzzing noise comes from the speaker any ideas on how i can fix this at home?

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  • tski Feb 11, 2008

    iv'e tried several different radio stations but i still only get the buzzing/static really low noise coming from the speaker

  • tski Feb 11, 2008

    can the speaker be repaired on a clock radio?

  • annarch Feb 29, 2008

    Product is Timex T610 A B G...I am getting no sound at all, and have used the volume control to no avail. Also tried all the on/off and settings...no luck.

  • Anonymous Feb 29, 2008

    static

  • dobgar Aug 12, 2008

    I have a bose wave radio that one speaker works fine but the other only buzzes, I've tried other radio stations up and down with the same results, as I raise and lower the volime both raise and lower equally. Any ideas?

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May Be a bad capiciter I have a timex t-300 and it's was what lisited this is usally the most likely cause Be careful voltages inside!!!

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Try moving your tuner button it may work

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  • Jerrod Basque Feb 11, 2008

    maybe your speaker is blown

  • Jerrod Basque Feb 13, 2008

    I honestly dont think so.i am pretty sure when it blows its toast.'




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