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Philips 32PT71B1 TV sound problem

The sound cuts out and sometimes stays out for a long time.

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Philips 32pt71b1 tv struck by lightning, i think, no power at all. How do I do it myself?

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Re: Philips 32PT71B1 TV sound problem

It might be due to speaker. if it is ok then check for 1 loose connection in sound section. 2 speaker wire loose. 3 any capacitor in sound section might be faulty. 4 check supply to sound section 5 loose connector in sound section. 6 sound ic might be defective. if not tech.person take help from tv tech. hope this will help. good luck.

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