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Turn on tv speakers in unit

For years routed through receiver which died. How do I get the tv to use it's own speakers. Rear projection large older model.
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  • Mark Egan May 11, 2010

    There is often a menu in the TV which allows you to turn the internal speakers on. You access by pressing the menu button on the remote, or through the menu button on the TV.

    Please reply what make and model of TV and we can possibly help you more.


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If what MrMark52 says, does not work replace Audio output IC.

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