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Check your speaker if it is good you can do this by putting a meter to the two connectors on the speaker.or using a battery with wires and connect them to the speaker which will give you a audible sound if that is absent then your speaker is bad..if there is sound then check the ic or transistor in your audio section.the speaker wire is connected to the audio section.

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