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No sound on cb radio

I have a TRC 446. I get no sound from the radio while in the cb mode. When I turn it to the weather channels I have sound. I have no idea what happend.It was working fine until the other day.

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Do you get any other sound from the speaker?
check squelch settings
does external speaker work?
If yes - internal speaker is bad
If No - either the Audio Amp chip is bad or the external speaker socket is bad

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