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I had this problem once and found after tedious looking that one of the pins was bent inside my HP 3715 PDA. I used a very small needle nose and a safety pin and pushed it back in location. Has been working ever since.
The ipaq 6515 has a microswitch that will turn off the pda if the battery cover is removed. When you remove the cover and try to turn it on even with the external power supply plugged in, the red led will light up.
I had the same issues as mentioned installing TomTom Navigator version 7 onto a HP IPAQ 2415 running Windows Mobile 5. As soon as TomTom was installed the sound stopped working.
I did a Hard Reset to restore the IPAQ which got the sound back. I then downloaded the trial version of WinCE Cab Manager http://www.ocpsoftware.com/products.php?nm=cecabmgr and used this to remove the files Btcoreif.dll and Btsdkce30.dll from the TomTom installation CAB. I saved the cab and then ran this again and it installed perfectly and I still had sound. Hope this offers a solution for anyone still having a problem.
Its possible (but not likely) that when you took it into a warm room condensation built up inside it. Try removing the battery, memory cards and letting it sit in a warm, dry environment for a few days and try again.
If nothing changes I suspect that a component has failed, but -6F is still within the operational range of commercial electronics. If your device is still in warranty then I would call HP up and ask for a warranty replacement. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don't forget to rate this posting.