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U tries using another set of RCA component cable set,the RCA component cable set u are using might have damages frail wires and dead connections on the audio sides the R,W wires.Tries clean out and make sure u have good contact connections on to the tv Audio input connections holes by using the connections of the RCA component cable by pluging it in and take it out must have do this a couple times,because sometimes old electronic equipments require to do that for to insure u have a good contact between connections of the devices.
It is possible that the TV set has an SAP (secondary audio program) setting that has been turned on. To check this go in the the menu, find audio settings, usually the correct setting for this is Stereo, other setting may include Mono, Surr-Stereo, etc.
I doubt that there is a setting built or designed in your tv, older tv tuning systemslike yours were designed for what was back then available as far as channel capability(cable ready sets)what ypu can do is get a cable converter and get the channels thru the box or if you have a vcr hooked up you can always select channels thru te vcr tuner if the tuning system in the vcr is newer. thanks!
Although your picture is perfect, I would think the fine tuning is slightly off. This can also be to do with the cable box frequency setting. Call out the cable people & get them to check the box & the setting up to the TV.
Just Connect signal to tv and run autoprogram. Or use video input jacks from converter to tv ( yellow,white and red video in ) and select tv/video on tv pannel front ( don't need remote control) I hope this work for you.
if it is a stereo tv, there should be rca jacks on the back of the tv [red,white yellow] try connecting the rca outputs to a stereo system and see if the volume is any different.there might be a loose connection to the tv speakers inside.if you have a cable box hooked up to your tv, check the connections in back. you can also try bypassing the cable box by connecting the cable wire directly into the tv to see if it's the tv. if it is the cable box try unplugging it for a minute then hook it up again.i had the same problem with my cable box. hooking it up to a stereo system sounds like a pain, but at least you will have sound.
If the tv does not have sound with out connecting the dvd then you are having a problem in your audio circuit have a tech look at it.if its only when you connect the dvd then you could have connect cables wrong.you cannot route a dvd through a cable box.any dvd s compatible with tv so long as the connections are there. goodluck.