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No Sound We had this tv wired with a surround sound system, that has been removed. I can access the audio options through the menu, but cannot unmute it - I've tried using the two options with speakers in the audio output and still no sound.

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Have you checked the switch at the back of the set (very small) that is marked internal or external speakers

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