Hello from Bosnia and Hercegovina. Recently I purchased Motorola spectra A5 (D43KXA model) that worked fine but now it lost audio output. The capacitors are changed by previous owner . It was poor job anyway but it worked. After I reprogrammed radio few times it lost audio output. There are no errors or fail messages on display, I see that there is signal present in the receiver ( busy lamp light up) but there is nothing on the speaker. I remember that last time I programed radio, I enabled one of the buttons to control "second speaker" option ( If I remember name of this option correct) . After that last programing and turning on the radio, audio was normal but after I switched button for enabling second speaker option, audio was going low and gone totally. I tried to change output audio chip TDA 7256 with another one but there is no audio again. (I am not sure is that other good also but owner says that radio is fine) So few questions here arise: 1. How can I check is TDA 7256 audio IC gone? What voltages and where can I expect? 2. Did I made this issue just by enabling this "Second speaker" option or was it just coincidence? 3. Maybe the acid from capacitors eventually destroyed some of the connections around the IC? Many thanks 73.