Question about Sanyo DS24205 24" TV
My television has no sound. It just went out one evening with no noticeble events. I have perfect picture and every other function operates as before, just no sound. When I connect the DVD player through the front AV jacks there is still not sound. With the cable box connected there is no sound nor when the set is connected directly to the cable coax line into the wall jack. Any idea how to correct this? Thanks. Ron
Hi, A suggestion to a similar post @ http://www.fixya.com/support/t187720-no_sound If all else fails, you may want to try the "thump test" this will help you determine if its a loose/cold solder problem inside the TV. Give your TV a good whack at the side, top or back, if sounds comes on even briefly, it's a loose/cold solder problem, if not then you probably have to have the unit serviced by a qualified professional. The "thump test" is not a recommended action. Most techs would not even mention it but somehow it is performed (whether deliberately or not) by most. If verified that sound is faulty due to loose or cold solder, then it is a simple matter of locating the fault and resolder. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
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