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You may have overloaded your audio output with the external speakers(impedance or short wire problem?)as a result the audio out i.c maybe damaged which in turn may have blown one of several fuses in the power supply.maybe regular GMA type fuse or picofuses,you can try replacing blown fuse but if they blow right back you`ll need the help of a repairman
I think you will need to run the tv audio outputs out to an amp (inputs) and have the speakers connected to the amp! the TV does not have enough power to make the speakers work! but will send the signel out to the amp and in turn power the speakers!
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Here is Samsung service locator where you can put in your zip and then find where to buy your replacment speaker.
only three things it can be. first the obiovous. check to see if you speakers have been turned off in the menu. the other thing is that the speakers have been blown... The audio amp and the audio section of this unit is located on what is known as small signal board. replacement is the only option on this board. about 250 but you have to have a special computer interface that transfers the data of the old board to new board. something authorized technicians only have.