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Hello, I need some advice from someone with some electronics experience. I have a dewalt worksite radio that is only producing good sound out of one speaker. The other speaker just pops and cracks, with very low audio coming through. It's as if the speaker is blown, but it's not. I switched the speakers and it plays on the good side.

Here is a link to the schematic. If someone could point me in the direction of where to begin troubleshooting this I would appreciate it.

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/dewalt-dc011-type-72v-18v-radio-charger-parts-c-1009_18803_7415.html

Thanks in advance.
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Hello, I need some advice from someone with some electronics experience. I have a dewalt worksite radio that is only producing good sound out of one speaker. The other speaker just pops and cracks, with very low audio coming through. It's as if the speaker is blown, but it's not. I switched the speakers and it plays on the good side.
Here is a link to the schematic. If someone could point me in the direction of where to begin troubleshooting this I would appreciate it.
http://www.ereplacementparts.com/dewalt-dc011-type-72v-18v-radio-charger-parts-c-1009_18803_7415.html
Thanks in advance.

Probable cause of the symptoms you mention is PCB Assembly, fig item 39.
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Probable cause of the symptoms you mention is PCB Assembly, fig item 39.
And I picked the same part.
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And I picked the same part.

The repair part is about $80 plus shipping, while a whole new radio is under $120.
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Here is a link to the schematic

that's a mechanical drawing, not a schematic.
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