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#1 2014-05-29 21:03:57

uniserver
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From: Sf, Mi
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Dead Internal Speaker in your Macintosh Classic or Classic II?

Check the ohms of your speaker with your multimeter.  If its open, Its cooked.

— Caps go bad on that Analog board, and end up routing DC to your speaker cooking it.
( Techknight helped with this diagnosis )

http://maccaps.com/MacCaps/Capacitor_Re … rence.html
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