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Re: The TV LEVEL SOUND OPTION IS NOT WORKING - MODEL...
I feel your pain. I understand there is legislation pending that will force the broadcasters to stop that ****. In case you have been misinformed that is NOT a problem with your tv. It's an issue with the broadcaster.
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This may not be a problem. I believe there is an audio effect used by video production houses to 'boost' the presence of an ads audio and this effect is not picked up by the electronic device's (in this case TV) volume stabilizing software. It is intentional by the makers of the ads.
A work-around could be to try different configurations on your TV's audio settings, such as just mono, or just 2channel stereo, or surround sound - on or off, increasing/decreasing bass and treble levels in different combinations.
The down-side to this is to get a comfortable, uniform level of volume across the board, you maybe sacrificing some sound quality - but, as with our eyes, our ears adjust well quickly (hence don't listen to too loud sounds) and what you may not like now, will sound ok tomorrow.
I can't tell if there is a fault or not, but this may help if you "trial" some options.
Just discovered last night that my set has the same problem, the TV is
also about the same age. I can't find the manual but I was wondering
if it might be fuse related, just don't know where that might be. I've
had blown fuses before in circuits designed to protect the
speakers so I thought this might be possible. I'm currently using my
DVD/VCR which uses a surround sound system, to view TV with sound so I
have to use VCR tuner.
I'm going to try to connect speakers to the audio out on back of
the TV to see if it can drive external speakers.
There is no external reset, and if the set is completely dead (not even a click when the power button is pressed) then there is probably an open main fuse or defective stand-by power supply. If the main fuse is blown then there is usually a heavy short in the main power supply, and either way the set should be looked at by someone with experience in Mitsubishi sets.