I have a RCA 27v520t. Connected to it is a TIVO and Cable box.
This morning I was using the TIVO and hit the TV Mute to quiet the annoying TIVO beeps. (as I have done before). WHen I hit the mute button again to bring up the volumn the sound remains muted. I have tried all other channels, direct cable and even a dvd player connected. No sound. I unplugged all the boxes and tv and then plugged in again in a attempt to reset what might be wrong. Still no sound.
Any suggestions would be appreciated
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Re: Volumn not working
WHen I hit the mute button again to bring up the volumn the sound remains muted. I have tried all other channels, direct cable and even a dvd player connected. No sound. I unplugged all the boxes and tv and then plugged in again in a attempt to reset what might be wrong. Still no sound.
1 while operation mute button has got demaged or pressed more.
2 sound section might have gone defective in tv
3 no supply to sound section
4 or speaker defective or ic got demaged.
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There could be several things that can cause this:
1. There are no analog channels in your area.
2. Check the menu setup and verify that you select the proper input (antenna, cable, etc).
3. The TV tuner is defective
Try using the composite input on the TV (there are normally 3 jacks per input). Yellow for video and red and black for audio. If you dont have the proper cable, pick one up in you local 99 cent store or an electronic store.
Connect the "output" of your device (VCR, cable box, Tivo, dvd player, etc) to the "input" on the TV. Then use your TV remote to select the proper input.
Hopefully this helps. Good luck.
I have an RCA F27676BC, I'm trying to program a MOXI remote to it. RT-MOXI-8X The manual has about 30 codes to try, but the remote will only turn the TV off and on, not mute, or change volumn, Suggestions?
This sounds like a cable/cord cennection problem. If you are using a scart cable between the tv and the cable box
make sure the contacts are firmly inserted all the way, Sometimes scart contacts are hard to get all the way in.
Howerver if you are receiving the CATV channels the sdame way as the rest of the channels, through an RF cord (antenna cable)
there could be a problem with your supplier of these channels
yes,this is repairable maybe when you replace the plug you must check the right cable for the tv set. some cable has a ground wire it means no contact in the power supply.also the power supply check first the fuse,so the power supply continous in the tv set.
Are you using a cable box or is your input through the coax cable or antenna? If you are using a cable box with RCA connections make sure the Red and Black cables are securely plugged in both the cable box and the TV. Check to see if your TV has sound by going to the antenna input and select any channel and crank up the volume. If you don't hear anything you'll probably need a new TV.
hi im joe i have the same problem, but before this happened it turned the channel by its self and hade a mind of its own. to get it on unplug it. then as you plug it in repeatedly press the power button on the REMOTE. this will get it to turn on. if you get it on and some how get to control it then go into menu and put the fpd lock on. now you can only use the remote but at least it works. :)
If I remember this tv correctly, check under the audio setting in the menu, most tv's including this on have variable output for the audio o/p. meaning the the o/p vol. is adjusted as the tv speaker vol. changes. some tv's will put out a fixed audio o/p to the rca jacks, but will only do this when the speakers are shut off in the menu (not muted, but off). I have run into this problem many times & have yet to find a better solution to getting a steady sound sound out of the o/p jacks.