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No Audio!!! I just moved recently and I don't know if something happened to the audio during the move or what, but I have the TV hooked up, the cable tv is coming through fine, the dvd player works fine too...but no audio...Could anyone help me find out what I can do to fix the audio? The tv is a 13" Girls Disney TV. Thank you!

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  • Pakkidost Oct 11, 2008

    How do I check if the speaker is busted?



    Thank you

  • vsaphoto Oct 12, 2008

    my tv has no sound but the picture is fine

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Check the speaker maybe its busted

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