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No sound Our TV was hooked up to a receiver with speakers. We recently moved it to another room and had to disconnect the receiver. I now get no sound at all. I haven't reconnected the receiver, but I believe I should get sound from the TV itself. Before we moved it, we would get sound, but only after the TV had been on about 5 minutes. Once the sound kicked on, it would stay on. Now, nothing. Is this worth getting fixed? (The picture is still good.) Thanks so much!

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It seems you must have done some thing wrong at the time of connection after moving. please check once again & put on the set.

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