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TV CHANNEL IS LIT BUT NO SOUND AND BLACK SCREEN

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If tv is old RCA or something you have a bad tuner. New tv you have a bad jungle IC. That chip processes color\sound\horizontal&vertical sync. Old and new tv's get their on-screen channel display (OSD) from the microprocessor. Good Luck!

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