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I have a 15'' Magnaox flat screen TV that is about 5 years old. It was unplugged for about a month while I was away on trip. When I returned, the picture is fine but there is no sound. It's not on mute and the volume is turned up according to the menu. What am I missing?

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If the speakers make no noise at all they could have failed if you hear a slight buzzing noise then there speakers will still be fine. contact magnaox they will help you better than anyone here :D

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