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Hi ,
Check problem is in AV mode only or both AV and RF
If both mode problem is there follow the bellow
Other wise problem May RCA cable (AV cable)

I f you are able to open TV check speaker using a Multimeter (Tv should be OFF) continuity mode,is it shows 2 ohms or below speaker is ok, problem may be audio section of your TV.

Thank you

Posted on Apr 22, 2014

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