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No audio when watching TV but do have audio when watching a DVD

No audio when watching TV but there is audio when watching DVD no audio period

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To start unplug the tv from main for one hour or so, this will drain power and reset setting to factory, solving the problem if this is caused by incorrect TV audio settings.

If you use an external receiver to watch the TV, then the problem is either the connection cable to the receiver or a bad signal (input) board.

If instead you have the problem when the unit is set to the internal TV tuner, then responsible for the fault can be a faulty tuner board, or a faulty signal board, as the audio board inside this TV process in the same way if signal is coming from built in tuner or external device.

Posted on May 29, 2009

  • Ginko
    Ginko May 30, 2009

    Hi ,

    I tried to help with my free advice.

    I am sorry that your TV is faulty , but there is not much more I can do than telling you what possible faults can cause the possible faults and remedies.

    I will be grateful if you can change the negative rating given for the free advice.

    Many thanks.

    G.




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