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Programming Channels My TV is set to channel 3 with the sound turned off. How do I get all the channels back so that I can watch them. How do I currect the sound? can I add external speakers?

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If the set has been unplugged or has had a disruption in the power it may have to be setup again. Try going into your menu and go to the setup . Look around in setup for channel search of some kind. The set will search for channel signals in your area automatically once you tell it to. Then you should have the channels back. If this works then after it has run its search go to the AUDIO part of the menu and check that mute is off and that you did not turn off the internal speakers. If you are lucky and your set has plugins for external speakers, you can just get speakers to use with the set, but this is pretty rare. Check the rear panel on the set and see whats there. Most sets have an AUDIO OUT plugs that will pass the sound through your set to a home stereo for sound. Just run the lines from the audio out on the set to audio in on the amp or receiver of the sound system you have. Audio out will have a red and white plugs and just keep the red to red and white to white when hooking it up.

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