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Sound problem with tv

I have a Toshiba 36ZP18P which has sound reduction all of a sudden. The sound fades in and out. I sent it away to Toshiba for repair but it has been returned with the same fault!
Any advice would be helpful as to what might be the problem.

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Re: Sound problem with tv

Contqact trhe repairer who did the job- they obviously did not fix the probel - assumin it is the TV that is at fault- it could be reception, that is something only you can check.

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