Question about Televison & Video
Which make/model TV do you have? Are you watching an OTA signal or cable signal?
On my Viewsonic N1930W, I had a period where certain OTA VHF channels had no audio. The UHF channels were fine. The steps I used to reset the TV: unplug for a while. After reconnecting the power, go to the Tools (Options) menu and then reset the TV to the defaults. Then I did a new channel scan for OTA channels. On my TV, the menu is called Options but the icon is a wrench and a hammer in an X. Thus I call it Tools. The Restore Default option is at the bottom of the list in that menu. The reset command triggers several "Are you sure prompts?" Pressing the Enter key on the remote after highlighting Yes is required. After the reset, I can go to the Channel menu and select Auto Scan after making sure that it is set for Air as the source.
If you post a comment with the details of your TV, I may be able to give the steps to reset your TV.
I hope this helps.
(I spent several days trying different solutions and did e-mail Viewsonic support on the problem.)
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1 Switch the audio.
• Every time you press [AUDIO], the audio will
be switched as below.
MAIN : Outputs main-audio
SAP : Outputs second audio channel
MONO : Outputs mono-
Also the manual says this about SAP:
(Secondary Audio Program)
Second-audio channel delivered
separately from main-audio channel.
This audio channel is used as
an alternate in bilingual broadcasting.
Here is a link for the manual, in case you want to go over the settings. I'm thinking this is a setting problem in the menu, but it can be a physical problem with a cable line.
Of course it could also be a trickier problem, but check your settings, check the cable line with another TV if possible, and then contact ILO Support for help, in the event nothing fixes it.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
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