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THERE IS NO SOUND

MOVED THE TV NOW THERE IS NO SOUND, iT WILL NOT LET ME CHANGE THE SOUND EFFECT

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Try a hard reset by unplugging the set for 30 secs. Then, go into the remote and make sure speakers have not been turned off.

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