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Lost sound while watching TV on cable. Checked all remotes, nothing helps. TV does have sound for VCR playback. What is the problem?

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Likely the tuner in the set which aside from signal also processes audio---also if the set has a headphone jack take a look at that as it could cause this---small but some chance.


My bet is tuner

Posted on Nov 08, 2012

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