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Dell no sound

1 week ago one speaker makes static noise...I disconnected the sick speaker and kept on using only one.....but today number 2 speaker did the same thing.So now I watch tv on Dell 3201 with volume from an old tv I kept.
Anything to do before sending to repair man.
My tv is 18 months old
my w2600 speaks make a sound from the speakers like they're going out...or like an antenna is not connected starts out of the blue, and stops when it wants..while its going, I can barely hear the voices on the tv, and sometimes it drowns the voices out all together..I wont be buying another Dell product...their customer service is a joke..and my warranty went out about two months ago...does anyone know if there's a way to turn the speakers off?

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    I have had this tv for about two years, using it as a computer monitor/TV and it has been great until I moved across the country.  I boxed it up well for the move but now that I have it set up again I have no sound from the tv.  The speakers are hooked up correctly.  When I first turned it on I got some static noise from both speakers and then that stopped and there is no sound at all.  I have not tried to remove the back to see if it has a sound card like a computer, I was wondering if during the move something could have been jarred loose and simply needs to be pushed back in place.  Probably not that simple.

  • Durteecreole May 23, 2009

    I have the same tv. I still have sound for now, but the static noise is so annoying, and it starts when it wants, and stops when it wants. Lately its been lasting longer and longer. I want to disconnect the speaker but dont know how. It's only in one speaker, for now. When it starts sometimes it low, and I can barely hear, and sometimes it's loud, and that's all I can hear..My tv is 2 years old. I will never buy another TV from Dell.



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