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Versión actual por: Hootan Adibfar ,

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First ensure that there is nothing plugged into the headphone port as that will disable the devices built-in speaker.
 
Then test is to make sure your Amazon Fire is not muted. You can do this by simply pressing the audio buttons on the top of the device.
 
If your device is not responding to the volume button presses and is stuck on a volume setting, there may be an issue with the buttons themselves and they need to be replaced. ;Here; is a guide on how
Finally, If the Amazon Fire responds
to do thisthe button presses and displays the volume level changes and still produces no sound coming from the outer speaker, your speaker itself may be faulty and needs to be replaced.
If your device is not responding to the volume button presses and is stuck on a volume setting, there may be an issue with the buttons themselves and they need to be replaced. ;Here; is a guide on how
Finally, If the Amazon Fire responds
to do thisthe button presses and displays the volume level changes and still produces no sound coming from the outer speaker, your speaker itself may be faulty and needs to be replaced.
 
Finally, If theFor more information regarding troubleshooting your Amazon Fire responds to the button presses and displays the volume level changes and still produces no sound coming from the outer speaker, your speaker itself may be faulty and needs to be replaced5th generation, click [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Amazon_Fire_5th_Generation_Troubleshooting|here].
Finally, If theFor more information regarding troubleshooting your Amazon Fire responds to the button presses and displays the volume level changes and still produces no sound coming from the outer speaker, your speaker itself may be faulty and needs to be replaced5th generation, click [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Amazon_Fire_5th_Generation_Troubleshooting|here].

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Aporte original por: Hootan Adibfar ,

Texto:

First ensure that there is nothing plugged into the headphone port as that will disable the devices built-in speaker.

Then test is to make sure your Amazon Fire is not muted. You can do this by simply pressing the audio buttons on the top of the device.

If your device is not responding to the volume button presses and is stuck on a volume setting, there may be an issue with the buttons themselves and they need to be replaced. ;Here; is a guide on how to do this.

Finally, If the Amazon Fire responds to the button presses and displays the volume level changes and still produces no sound coming from the outer speaker, your speaker itself may be faulty and needs to be replaced.

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