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Have power to my Ray53 DSC VHF on my boat but no sound

Have power, panel lights up all seems fine but no sound ! Raytheon Ray53 DSC VHF

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  • ocrdental Sep 13, 2010

    How would one go about doing that? There doesn't appear to be an outlet for an external speaker.

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Sounds like a bad speaker. Try plugging in an external one and see if that works if so replace the bad speaker.

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