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No volume on the cable tv setting?

There's volume on radio, cd, etc. but no volume when watching TV on AV channel. At first there was reduced volume, but now now volume??

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Does the set have a earphone jack? if dirty or damaged it will cut the TV sound out---about the only other possible reason is a audio problem in the TV itself---if possible put ear up to speaker to see if any sound or buzz is heard.

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