Question about Televison & Video
The speaker loss may be a defective audio amplifier. Easy to check. Connect a known good speaker to the wires or terminals of the bad channel; if the good speaker doesn't produce sound, then the amplifier is likely a goner.
If it has external speaker connections for connecting to other speakers. If you have tried them and still no audio, then the amplifiers are kaput, for sure.
Check for obvious signs of fuses on the audio amplifier board.
In my opinion, getting the audio amplifier modules fixed or replaced will be more expensive than buying a small audio amplifier and a couple of speakers and connecting it up to the variable audio output jacks on the back of the tv.
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Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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