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Faulty vhf cb radio

I currently own a uniden vhf cb radio model 013. I have power to my unit.
With the volume fully on i can hear faint voices, only if i put the speaker to my ear. Others can hear me loud and clear. Have you any ideas on how to fix this problem please. Any help with this matter would be gratefully appreciated.
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Jamie

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I would suspect a defective audio power amp inside your radio. if you have electronics know how, disconnect the speaker and test with a multimeter for continuity just to be sure. i might just be a dead speaker.. good luck

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