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Speaker Off/On When trying to turn the speaker function on nothing happens. I can use the speaker through the center channel & SAVA SP setting from my receiver so I know the speaker does work. It appears that the switching works from OFF back to Center ( I hear it "click") and from ON to SAVA SP (I also hear a "click") but between OFF and ON there is no "click". It seems to treat ON and OFF as OFF.

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  • Jay Finlan Jan 11, 2007

    In addition I'd like to clarify: The speaker on the television works as a center channel only when I run speaker wire from my receiver to the speaker connector behind the tv. The speaker does not work on any internal setting when using ANY video/audio input. The settings I spoke of are all accessed via the setup menu on the tv.

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If I am reading your symptoms correctly, it sounds like you are getting audio to your surround sound receiver, but not your TV speakers? If that is the case, I would be checking for a defective audio output IC and possibly an IC Protector fuse connected to it.

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