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Mitsubishi tv volume on tv not working

Turned on tv today the picture is beautiful there is no volume. The tv has a popping noise when I turn it on. What could be the problem? It is over 12yrs old

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  • mpm45 Dec 29, 2008

    We call the cable company that installed the cable connected to the tv he suggested to unplug the electrical socket wait ten seconds plug it back to the electrical plug that fixed the problem with not having volume .

    Thanks for your help

    mpm45


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If the TV has stereo sound, there may be a speaker switch for internal/external speakers on the rear of the TV that may have gotten bumped by something. (kids, pets, something fell behind?) If no switch, the sound driver chip or speaker may be failed. If the speaker is the culprit, headphones would still work if there is a jack for headphones. Might be a good time to consider a new HDTV

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