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I have a Galaxy DX99v, that has no audio. The Radio transmits and receives. When I plug in headphones into the external speaker output and set the volume knob to 100% I can hear soft static. I have verified the speaker and wiring are in working condition. Just out of Coincidence , I picked the radio up by the faceplate and the volume came up to ~25% and tinny. Squeezing the face plate was allowing the faceplate to touch the top pins of the mode function switch(several pins soldered together going to a yellow wire to the main PCB). I have probed around and have not discovered any shorts or loose wiring, etc.

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