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Loss of Sound

The RCA G27647 27" TV I'm having sound problems with (No sound,Video ok) will only fix itself if the tv is unplugged for 15 to 20 minutes. Only the coaxial input connection seems to be the affected area, as when I've used the Audio/Video jacks, the sound returns with no problem. Our local TV sales person is blaming it on "intermittent CATV signal levels that can't be fixed",but it doesn't affect our other RCA tv (different model) and the problem still occurs even after we have switched over to satellite. Has there been any similar problems with this model, and if so, any fixes?

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Re: Loss of Sound

Go into your audio menu, and make sure it is not in the SAP(Second Audio Program). Very common problem when you get good audio on the inputs but not on the RF or tuner input. Good Luck PS Please do not forget to rate this thread.

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