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No audio RCA F27450 27"

I have no audio output from the speakers or headphone jack; any suggestions as to possible causes/remedies would be greatly appreciated! If repair is required, do you think this is a problem worth fixing, or is it time for me to break down and buy a flat screen?

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This is a very old problem.
dont break that tv. the amplifier is not working.
change the audio amplifier IC in your tv
okay

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