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No sound when using coax...

Ok I have a 19" Zenith C19A21D, a few days ago the sound cut out when viewing cable TV, my DVD player and video game system work just fine though they use the A/V jacks, the cable is just fine on other TV's in my house, and I have swapped out TV's and have narrowed it down to that specific problem.....any help?

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  • William McNeil Aug 13, 2006

    theres no cable box, just the coax into the jack in the back of the TV, on a side note, I connected a dvd player to the AV jacks (because the sound works on those) and the sound comes through even if its not in video mode, I think amething to do with the coax input is bad

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Can't get new dvd player to work with this tv..Also tv is conencted to dish network is there a certain HDMI cable I should be using. Video will play but no sound

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Do you use AV inputs for your Cable box? If so, try swapping the audio inputs in the TV, that is, interchange the AV inputs for your DVD and cable box. If sound is audible in a different input, then the Audio input (for Cable) on your TV is faulty. One simple suggestion, Why don't you route your Cable signal through the Tuner of your VCR?

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Yes, You need to be on AUX ,you can get to that setting by pressing channel 01 then press the channels down button instead of going to channel zero it will start to cycle through your AUX's inputs on the back of the tv.Also, another way to do this is on the original remote there will be a SOURCE button or INPUT button that can also cycle your TV through the aux inputs.REMEMBER.Make sure your DVD player is turned on and hooked up or else the AUX screen will be black.Rate me when you fix it!GOOD LUCK

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I'd say just get a stereo system (amplifier) or something like that, and hook your cable box, vcr, converter or whatever you have right into that. That's what I've been doing for years. Most cable boxes and satellite boxes will control the main volume that goes to the sound output, or you can get a digital stereo with a remote to control the volume that way.

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