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Jvc has no sound model AV-27765

Had hooked up the tv to rogers cable no sound and also straight to the dvd player just no sound

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Check the speaker of the tv set if is good, if no you need to replacei it. or check the parts like resistor or capsistor if has a 12volts supply,last option the audio output need to replace it.

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