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Sharp tv audio problem

I had a sharp tv, whe i try to use the audio video, the sound is clear.When i used my cable to connect and connect it to the tv tuner, the sound is not clear.IT seems tha its not properly tuned but the picture is clear. I want to fix it my own but with your advice. tnx!

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You may have a tunner problem. Try this turn your TV to channel 3 connect you cable to it and select a channel. If thesound has a problem what may be happening is the the audio detector may not be working properly or the audio amplification stages may not be working correctly from the audio detector. You will have to test the audio stage from the detector to the last audio amplifier to troubleshoot this problem. If you have experiences in this that's good if not take the set to a qualified service technician.

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