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No Sound on TV??

I inherited this TV secondhand. The picture works great but I get no internal sound whatsoever. I hooked up audio input from other sources, and they don't produce sound either, so I am sure it is the internal sound. I have fiddled around with the settings but can't find anything that works. Unfortunately I don't have external speakers so I can't check to see if external sound works. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    bought the tv second hand no external speakers looking for a way to get sound has a great picture don't want to get rid of it

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Thanks for the suggestion.   I have since discovered the problem.  Apparently this model does NOT have internal sound.  You must purchase their matching external speakers or get surround sound system (which i did).  then it works great.

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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I would borrow a set of external speakers to see if I could get sound from the sound circuit at all, if not, then it sounds like the repair shop.

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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