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I have a tru tech 17 in with DVD player. I HAVE NO SOUND.

Can you give assistance. This TV is only 1 1/2 years old. I own 3 others. I had one that was only used approximately 1 week at my vacation home and it kept shutting off. I had to replace it.

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    Sound becomes distorted and gradually fades

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I'd replace the power cable before replacing the tv. Ebay.

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