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No sound coming off tuner,

There is sound only when useing the rca inputs 1,2.

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  • john gollop Oct 31, 2006

    i miss it already.

  • john gollop Oct 31, 2006

    rca jacks were disconnected, tv was on tuner input, mute was off.

  • john gollop Nov 02, 2006

    Audio sap setting is on mono, still no sound .what next?

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You've got either a bad jungle IC or an audio switching in a input switching IC. You'll need a schematic and a scope to trace that one out.

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In the audio option, check the audio SAP setting, make sure it is on off.

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Tongy, When you are trying to use the TV as a receiver, are the RCA jacks disconnected? Sometimes leaving a device connected even though it is not in use will cause the TV to look for the sound from those jacks. Try removing them and if the problem persist, go back through the audio menu settings through the remote control and make sure the source audio is the tuner instead of an external input. Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 31, 2006

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    Rick Young Nov 02, 2006

    Sounds like the problem is before the audio amplifier. The speaker works and external audio is being amplified so the aural portion of the tuner output has an issue. If you crank the volume wide open on the tuner, do you hear a buzz or anything?
    If you tune to a channel with no signal (snow) do you hear that?
    Are you connected to cable TV? Try disconnecting the set and unplugging the power cord for awhile and then plug it back in and try it without the cable connected.
    It still appears to be a menu issue or component failure.

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