Mute works fine and the sound goes off if you turn the volume down to 0. As soon as you turn the volume up to 1 it is very loud, as loud as it should be on the highest setting. All other volume settings, from 1 to 64 sound the exact same. This is for every channel.
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Re: Sound Stuck on High
Change the audio ic it has a short within.this will restore your set to normal dont forget to make checks in that same circuit as there might be resistors,diodes or caps that had contributed to the failure of the ic.good luck.
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Check whether mute function is on or not. Enter its sound menu and check it. If it is not off there, the fault is with its audio processor section, mute section, or audio output section. To make it confirm, your set need a through checkup. Contact any experienced service technician.
If you have an older style television and you have cable-then you have 2 remotes-somehow,the tv part went on mute but when you check your sound with the cable remote-it shows high level of bars which makes for confusion!Get out the old tv remote &select your menu then sound &take it off mute----You'll probably see see--sound off! Turn sound on and adjust your sound bars with same tv remote till just a bit more than 1/2 way up.That way you will not have to use cable remote to make it louder-much.In case,you forgot where you put your tv remote& only have cable one--think you can still get it off mute--byshutting down the cable part(which you have probably done several Xs by accident)---and then with cable light not coming on-right- only the tv light =try & adjust with cable remote by pressing mute button-should see MUTE go off!Then bring your cable button back into play and should be all set to go.If that does'nt work and your tv is still a tube tv might need a new part.But hope it was the simple problem.& that I managed to help you.Bye.
open the cover of your tv look for the sound IF using a plastic precesion screw driver adjust the IF counter clock wise slowly untill you reach a good sound or clockwise...if nothong happen solder a 0.2 ceramic capacitor to your sound IF at the coil of the IF under the board the IF has two terminals for the coil.sound if is located near the tuner section..there are two IF the video I.F and sound I.F
I have seen a similar problem. get to design mode (that trick with the remote mute & the set menu button) & look for a data address in the audio section that is set to all (F)s. sorry i can't remember the exact address. you could always just guess just make sure you write down where they are currently set .
Hope this helps.
it might be due to
1 speaker paper jammed or defective
2 any capacitor in sound might be defective.
3 check for proper supply to sound section
4 check components in sound section like ic etc.
5 loose contact or print crack in sound section
hope this will help.
I think its the flyback and its starting to leak. this is a component responsible for the high voltage of your tv set. always observe safety in dealing with this. Have it check by a qualified technician. Good luck!