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Thank you Just wanted to thank you again for helping with my surround sound. It was making me crazy! I think that it is very nice of you to be a part of this site and help people who are electronically challenged such as myself. Thank you again.

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I'm glad I could help, You did get it working right? If you could take time to go to the original question and rate the solution it would be greatly appriciated.
Thanks again  Lone99star

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  • Jason Morris Feb 01, 2009

    i see now you gave rated a FixYa!  Thank you very much.
    Let me know if I can help with anything else.


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There are times that TV sound problems does not require you to call for a technician. Some TV sound problems are just easy to repair, and you can just do it yourself. Try to do this one:

1. Press the "Mute" button on the remote control or press the "Volume Up" button. The most common cause of no sound is accidental use of the television's "Mute" function.

2. Make sure the speaker source switch on the back of the television is switched to "Int" if you are using the television's speakers and "Ext" if using surround sound. If not set properly, you will not hear the television sound.

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