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No sound from my speakers and the display screen of my LG home theater is reading by pass

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  • Chrissy McCloud
    Chrissy McCloud Feb 07, 2012

    I Must have told a MILLION people this But,
     You need to provide DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROBLEM otherwise
    there is no Possible way for us to help you, We here are Neither
    clairvoyant Or Psychic

  • Babalola Abiodun
    Babalola Abiodun Feb 07, 2012

    I am trying to listen to the radio,the radio channel is being displayed but there is no sound

  • anthonicns
    anthonicns Aug 08, 2012

    I have the same problem too. The display scree is beeing diplayed on TV screen when play DVD but no sound.

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SOURCE: no speaker sound from tv

in your tv headphone out connector if yes you connect cable if sound not out you cheq from your cd walkman or any other player like mp3 ,ipod if it sound come , it means some problem in your tv.

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SOURCE: I have a LG 42

I have an almost exact set-up and you will only get sound out of your rear speakers when the TV channel is broadcasting in 5.1 Ch Stereo. Otherwise the sound is limited to your front, center, and woofer speakers.

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