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TRV#!* Has picture but no sound

My son recorded over the weekend but when we listened to it on the camera there was no sound. I checked the old footage and it too was quiet. Is there a mute on the camera that I dont know about. Please help.
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If you were watching movie on camera LCD and got No Sound, its possibility of built-in speaker is defective. Please check the sound by connecting camera to TV. If sound comes from TV, it means built-in samll speaker is defective and needs to be replaced.

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