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· Plain ole user
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Could be a bad SSB (small signal board). Hard to know without doing some troubleshooting. Did it work before?
 

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Or you pulled something loose. If it worked before and now it does not it is likely that you did something in repairing the set to cause it.
 

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You may have damaged something with a partial connection. You may still have a problem with a connection that you missed. There is no way to be sure without a schematic and some troubleshooting.
 
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