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Unfortunately nothing. The camera does not have the ability to play back any sound during movie recording as it does not have any way to capture audio. The camera was not designed with this type of functionality.
The 5010 is designed primarily as a still camera, with some video capabilities grafted on. As such it records images not sounds. You can add a soundtrack using video-editing software on a computer, but you cannot record one on the camera.
since you didn't turn on the sound during the coverage there is no way you can have sound because you have disable the sound but if you did not reduce the sound totaly that is you can hear sound but not too high i will surgest you take it to studio so they can edit it but you let them know that you turn off the sound when you do the coverage so they will let you know if remedy can be done to it.