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No sound Hi Dan, My unit has zero sound now. It had "scratchy sound" like an old cracked speaker for awhile. Do they make replacement speakers? I did pull the housing apart and looked at the speaker, but did not see any obvious cracks or holes. It works fine except for the sound. Thanks for the help

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Try to reinstall the firmware....

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i would try checking the plug for your speakers to see if it is loose.
If you move the plug is there any static that comes from the speakers?

If you have headphones maybe try plugging them in to see if you have sound through them.
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