Question about RCA L26HD31 26 in. LCD HDTV

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After using the headphone jack on the side of the TV, I've removed my headphones and there is no sound. When I connect the headphones there IS sound coming from the headphones, but when there is no headphones no sound comes out at all.

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  • chris960 Apr 15, 2009

    No information in the Owners Manual.

  • chris960 Apr 16, 2009

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  • chris960 Apr 16, 2009

    There's nothing like that on my TV's Menu, under sound there is no "internal speaker/headphone" setting

    As well in any other menu, or sub-menu.


  • chris960 Apr 16, 2009

    It's on stereo, I have no audio on any of my inputs, including my cable.

    Nothing is on mute, I still see no information on the internal speakers.


  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    no sound from tv, no sound from headphone jack

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Try changing the sound output sometimes the tv will change to headphones only so you have so change it back to the tv speakers your owners manual should tell you how to do this

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  • gerald alarcon Apr 15, 2009

    Hi chris960

    I'm sorry this didn't help. Could you please tell me what kind of TV it
    is.

    Thanks


  • gerald alarcon Apr 16, 2009

    Hello again

    Ok there should be a sound menu on the tv where it lets you change the output of the sound. On the menu click where it says internal speakers then you should get sound. To get to this menu go to menu and then sound.

    Thanks again


  • gerald alarcon Apr 16, 2009

    Sorry

    I now have the tvs manual. go to menu and go to sound. where it says analog tv sound make sure thats on stereo and make sure your sound isn't on mute in internal speaker mode


  • gerald alarcon Apr 16, 2009

    If using DVI, S_VIDEO or Y, PB, PR, remember to also connect the device’s left and right audio output jacks to the TV’s L and R AUDIO INPUT jacks.



  • gerald alarcon Apr 16, 2009

    If your audio source has only one jack or is a (mono) audio source, make sure you have plugged the
    connection into the L AUDIO INPUT jack on the TV.

  • gerald alarcon Apr 16, 2009

    Ok

    Then your speakers might be blown or shorted out. youll have to have it checked by a profressoinal.
    I wish i could help you more but theres nothing else to resolve this because it looks like your speakers are blown or just went capoot sorry


    Thanks


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