Question about RCA F36650 36" TV
There have been some reported problems with some RCA sets doing that and it appears to have something to do with a signal riding on the closed captioning part of the cable. It should go away (temporary)when the set is unplugged for several seconds. If that doesn't work, I would then bypass the cable box and hook up the TV direct to cable and see if the audio stays (you may have to run "autoprogram" to search for and load the available cable channels into the set first). Otherwise, you may need to call a repair shop.
Posted on Dec 29, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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