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The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. More possible causes for your problem may be listed on the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]]. If
If
you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.
The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. More possible causes for your problem may be listed on the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]]. If
If
you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.

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Edit by: Andreas Holl ,

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The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. If you are still not sure about the source ofMore possible causes for your problem please viewmay be listed on the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]]. If you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.
The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. If you are still not sure about the source ofMore possible causes for your problem please viewmay be listed on the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]]. If you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.

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Edit by: Andreas Holl ,

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The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. If you are still not sure about the source of your problem please view the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]]. If you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.
The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. If you are still not sure about the source of your problem please view the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]]. If you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.

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Original post by: Andreas Holl ,

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The most likely cause of your problem is that the speaker is blown and needs to be replaced. Another reason could be that one of the solder connections came loose or undone. You should check on that before purchasing a new speaker when there is only a little tin-solder needed. If you need help on disassembling the device and checking the solder connections please refer to the provided guide for replacing the speaker.

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