Question about RCA HD52W59 HDTV Projection Television
We replaced the fuse like you suggested and it fixed our problem. Worked for a week and now he lost sound. Any idea what we need to look at. Please advise.
Audio is controled on the small signal board. if you had sound for a week after you replaced the fuse. I do not believe it is related to fuse. audio is generate on that board. there are two small connectors usally with a red and green mark on them that go to the speakers. make sure those are not lose. Your speakers could have blown. Also check in your settings make sure the amplifer is set to internal and the speakers are on. If after all those items have checked then it comes down to replaceing the small signal board. Something that requires a tech with a special computer.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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