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Re: hd52w59 no sound
the problem is probably the amp inside , but try unplugging the speakers from the board inside, then turn on the tv and tune in a station then plug the speakers in and listen for any conection sound or the tv station sound if nothing at all then the audio amplifier chip will need to be replaced.
if you can solder you will also need to get the numbers from the chip and see if an electronic component supply store has that or can get it
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The FBT,the flyback transformer is dead.Some the transitors in the deflection board is dead also.U know how to used a Ohm meter,and know soldering.Tries wesite like Tv repair World.com will help u to find the cause and replacement parts.
This model of TV uses the ITC222A chassis. This is a common problem in this unit. The problem is usually centered around 4 capacitors (CP140, CP150, CP110, and CP114) They usually vent (becom bloated or puffy) and develop an internal short which causes the TV to shut down. This is usually caused by power surges (even when connected to a surge protector). The repair for this problem does not cost much, and I would suggest that you have a TV repair technician examine this TV due to the other problems that can happen with this chassis (ITC222A).
is this just a whine since you describe no problem with the picture it dosent jump or change color or flicker. there may be an easy fix this sounds like some coils oscillating and i tell you what can be done you can take some silcon and put on these coils to dampen then vibrations. now ther may be other problems but without looking this is my first gues ...where are these coils? ll037 on the power supply deflection board
I still am unclear as to your hook up but lets try this, if you have your DVD/VCR plugged into the TV audio and video and a audio cord from the tv monitor out to an input on the reciever, this way you should hear the sound at the tv and reciever.
However if you have your DVD/VCR plugged into the reciever first audio and video connections made at the reciever you should just have a video cord fromthe monitor out of the reciever to the tv and your audio will come from the reciever
It sounds like you have a pretty new TV. This means that there should be multiple AV jacks in the back for setting up your many components. Plug in the receiver into #1, the Wii into #2, and any other equipment you may have (DVD, VCR etc.) in the same way. You should then use the original TV remote to switch between Video 1, 2, 3 and so one for each compnent you want to use. The button on the remote will be labeled video, tv/video, input select, or input, something like that.