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There are some loose contacts either at the input. Connect the input device to another TV. If it works, then try using the headphone in the TV, if it works, there is a loose contact inside the TV and might need attention by a qualified service technician.
One can overtighten the input jack and "un-rivet" the jack. They are not made very well !!! OFTEN when they appear loose, they HAVE un-riveted the threaded sleeve from the metal inside the jack... that USUALLY requires REPLACEMENT of the jack itself.
The cabinet backs on a lot of these have to be PRIED out as the Tolex covering often makes them tight.
The amp portion is often retained by screws from the top and or sides AND even the two holding the handle on... there are many different configurations. Sometimes the amp comes out the front, sometimes the back. It is easy to shear off the speaker wires when removing some of them.
your problem is in the system control section of your tv.
1 supply to systemcontrol ic or loose contact.
2 supply or loose contact in tunning ckt of tuner (33v zener line)
3 aft ckt loose or defrctive.
4 loose button on remote &front panel of tv.
5 memory ic.
6 system contro ic.
7 check for loose contact in tuner.
I think this will help.
good luck .
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