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No sound When you turn on the television you see the picture but there is no volume. Is there a way to correct this?

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There is a manufacturer's reset.  Unplug the TV for a minimum  4 hours (I've left it unplugged for 24 hours or more) and this resets the tv to factory settings.  This has worked twice now for me and the info. came from a TV repair shop.

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Check for amplifier section. a deffective IC or deffective speaker may cause this symptom.

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