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Speaker is off on television

How do I get the tv speaker back on?

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  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    i lost the remote to my tv and dont know how to turn the speakers back on

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I have an older Mitsubishi, don't know the model ## but this solved my problem of "speaker off" without using a remote. First, on my tv when I would press the volume button up or down the sign "speaker off" would show up on the screen. Before this sign goes off of the screen press the "adjust button" up or down until you have the result that you want. I hope that this helps!!

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