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This is some kind of componant fault. To find out where determine if the sound is in one channel or both. If in both it could be in the power supply or in something that has both channels common to it. If in just one channel than at least you have the good channel to work with. You can test the bad channel by poking it with an insulated tool. It should make buzzing noises. If it makes buzzing noises in the good channel and is differerent in the bad in anyway you have found something. If the sound also comes and go suspect bad soldering.
It sounds like the TV has re-mapped the channels incorrectly. You possibly can contact Toshiba to see if there is a firmware/software upgrade that will fix this issue. If there is you may be able to download the software off of their website and install yourself. Just make sure if that is the case follow the directions carefully. Please take a few moments to rate my answer. Thanks..
To get back sound channels ect just select the channel in question press menu, select installation, select manual scan, click ok on down frequency. It'll now scan for channels when its finished exit back to normal tv viewing screen go to the end of your channel listing and the desired channel will be there with sound. This can be done on any channel with no sound by just selecting that channel following the instructions above. Hope this helps
Grab your sharp remote and press MENU, arrow over to SETUP, arrow down to RESET and press enter and follow that prompt to reset the unit. Once that is complete turn the tv off and unplug ONLY the tv for one minute then plug it back in. Then turn the tv on and see if you have channels, if you do, your audio should work on you analog stations, if you have no channels and all you see is a snowy picture do the following press MENU, arrow over to SETUP...arrow down to CH SETUP and press ENTER...you will then be at a screen that says AIR/CABLE, press ENTER, select CABLE or CABLE(STD) if that option is available to you. after then, arrow down to CH SEARCH, press ENTER, then you should be highlighted on ANALOG AND DIGITAL SEARCH...press ENTER and wait for 15-30 minutes ( or until you get a picture back) and make sure you DO NOT press any buttons or turn the tv off and you should be good. good luck 2 u
One of the strangest things that has happened to both the consumer and the technical field has been the use of a flexible adhesive on many of these machines' circuit boards. The glue in question is vanilla-colored, and has a tendency to react to electricity by inducing capacitance, resistance, and in some cases, even causing inductance issues. The fix, of course, is to remove as much of this material as possible, and following right behind with a nylon-based retainer. Then, if the problem persists, a followup with tried and true technical procedures...accordianman
Hi, since the speakers themselves are ok, try checking the BABY PHONE PLUG that goes to the music/sound source. It is normally three (3) in 1 stud. The metal topmost would go to one channel, followed by a blak plastic ring then another metal band which goes to the other channel, followed by another black plastic ring and the final metal part which is the ground. With power on to the Z-5300, try touching the ends of the baby phone plug. Touching the top and 2nd metal part should produce a sound on either of the left or right. No sound (but spkrs good) it is possible that the left channel (front and rear) of the amplifier is dead. Hope this helps.Regrads.