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Old 04-14-2011, 02:39 PM   #1
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Hi; My friend's radio ( he does not have a computer) sound went very low suddenly. Can it be the amplifier? any help would be appreciated. By the way, can anyone recommend a good radio and TV repair person? Most shops have closed down. Thanks. Mr. dibs.

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Hi Mr.dibs

What is the make and model and S/N# of the radio, low sound can mean a number of things such as a blown amplifier, bad capacitor, blown variable resistor etc.. Most radios can be repaired by using a DMM to test components such as transistors and other discrete components. But radios with LCD's require more specialized equipment.
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