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Rob Ruit Posted on Jun 22, 2007
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My vertex vx-10 radio was dropped from a patio table to the ground which is cement and ever since i have on audio everything else seems to be working great but no audio please help it is my favorite radio please email me at [email protected] thanks Rob

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Take the radio off of lick

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Maybe with the drop the radio speake is out of place, did try to open the radio and find if the speaker is in its correct place? The speaker uses a spring connector and this can be out of place. Good luck

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