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No sound Hello, I am in desperate need of help to figure out why I have no volume on my TV. Sometimes when I first turn the tv on there is sound for a brief moment and then no sound. Do you have any suggestions on how I can fix this problem? This just started happening a day ago. Thank you, Jamie

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This could be as simple as a bad solder connection or a defective audio output IC. Can you post the model number please?

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