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I have sound but no picyure


try cheking av cords are in correct posistion

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Audio out locations on back of tv


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You want to connect your TV with an external audio device, and want to hear sound from it, I assuses, and posts this solution.
There is audio out sockets at the back side of the TV, very near to S-Video socket. Marked audio "L" & "R". These two sockets are audio out socketsfrom TV to connect any external audio amp. Just use an audio cable to connect these sockets, to 'Audio IN' of the amp socket. Switch ON both the devices. You can hear the audio of your TV programmes by the amp you conneccted with.
The picture of the AV cable is given here. Take red and White colourd connections to connect the TV with amp. Left the Yello coloured pins free. It is meant for video. 2_11_2012_3_19_43_pm.jpg

Feb 11, 2012 | Element Electronics FLX3210 32 in. LCD TV

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Good picture no sound


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Check the speakers first. Get this set connected to an external audio amplifier device, such ans an amplifier or so, with its audio out connections at the back of the TV with audio in connections on the back of the amp, and listen whether you can see sound from the external amp. If you can hear sound from the external amp, and not with the internal speakers of your tv, either the speakers may have damaged or it audio output IC had got damaged. if so you have to replace the IC or should replace the audio card o your tV, if the IC is not available at local electronic spare part market.
If you can't hear any audio by external amp, as it has been connected as stated earlier, the mother board [main board] of your tv has the trouble. There is no repair to this digital board, and it should be replaced as card basis. OK.

Feb 08, 2012 | Vizio 42 in. LCD TV

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What do i do if the picture on my tv is good but i don't have sound?


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Check first whether mute function is ON or not. If it is ON, make it OFF. If mute is OFF and still there is no sound from your TV, connect it to any other audio output sources, like an external amplifier or so, by connecting TVs external audio out sockets at its back and see whether there is sound output form amp. If not, make sure that the audio processing section circuits inside your tV is fulty. If there is soudn from amp, and not from the TV, check the speaker of the TV. If it is ok, then audio output section circuit of your TV is faulty, and need repair. OK.

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How To Connect A VCR


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your question is not clear enough. Do you mean "How to connect VCR to your TV?" If yes, then the below solution is the answer to your question. But if that's not your question, please rephrase your question for proper and accurate solution.

Connecting the VCR to a TV is not a big deal. There are two methods by which you can connect the VCR to our TV.

1. You can use a RF cord.
2. You can use a RCA cord.

I would suggest you use the RCA cord because the RCA connection has a better sound and display quality than the RF. So I would direct you on how to use the RCA connection method.

Here is a picture of what the RCA cord looks like for quick identification;

elect_comp_3.jpg

As you can see from the above picture that there are three cords. The Yellow cord is for display (video), while the with and red is for sound (audio Left & Right).

Turn of the VCR and the TV.

Look at the back of the VCR, connect the yellow to 'video out' and the white and red to 'audio out'. Note that the VCR might have only one audio out, that doesn't matter, just connect any of the red and white.

Now connect the other end of the cord to the back of the TV this way; Yellow will go to 'Video in' while the red & white will go to 'Audio in'.

Turn on the TV and VCR.

Select the TV to Source/AV and the display of the VCR should appear on the TV. Or better still, you can insert a cassette into the VCR, press play before selecting Source/AV on the TV.

By now the connection should be Okay.

If you any more questions or clarifications, please let me know as I would be glad to respond.....

Yours sincerely.

Elect_Comp.

May 26, 2011 | RCA Televison & Video

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How do I connect a VCR with the TV


Hello,

connecting the VCR to a TV is not a big deal. There are two methods by which you can connect the VCR to our TV.

1. You can use a RF cord.
2. You can use a RCA cord.

I would suggest you use the RCA cord because the RCA connection has a better sound and display quality than the RF. So I would direct you on how to use the RCA connection method.

Here is a picture of what the RCA cord looks like for quick identification;

elect_comp_1.jpg

As you can see from the above picture that there are three cords. The Yellow cord is for display (video), while the with and red is for sound (audio Left & Right).

Turn of the VCR and the TV.

Look at the back of the VCR, connect the yellow to 'video out' and the white and red to 'audio out'. Note that the VCR might have only one audio out, that doesn't matter, just connect any of the red and white.

Now connect the other end of the cord to the back of the TV this way; Yellow will go to 'Video in' while the red & white will go to 'Audio in'.

Turn on the TV and VCR.

Select the TV to Source/AV and the display of the VCR should appear on the TV. Or better still, you can insert a cassette into the VCR, press play before selecting Source/AV on the TV.

By now the connection should be Okay.

If you any more questions or clarifications, please let me know as I would be glad to respond.....

Yours sincerely.

Elect_Comp.

May 24, 2011 | Sanyo Televison & Video

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I have a Lg 42" lcd tv (42LG3000) TV is wall


White screen with good audio. before buying pcbs & such. try my repair method.. you need to get the lcd unit off the facia & then remove the front lcd metal frame. at the top of the screen you have 2 thin pcbs - chances are that the ribbon cable got at least one track unbonded. first off put some double sided tape under the pcbs to stick then to the frame - that'll take the bend out of those pcbs !! next put cellotape over the ribbon cables. i then cut 6 pieces of sponge 15mm thick & wide as the ribbon cable & glue to the tape on the ribbon at what would be the top edge of the screen (covering the point where ribbon meets pcb).. put the metal frame on top edge first to keep the sponge straight !! put it back together & fire it up. if it still aint working you may need a tcon pcb (little square one at the top). this fixed my 42lg3000 but can work on others with same fault !!

Mar 16, 2011 | LG 42LC2D 42 in. LCD HDTV

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Hi i have a krf-v5030d and i am having trouble woking out how to connect it to my panasonic 37'' plasma th37px70b and my sky plus box can you help me please .thanks john


Hi John,

I have the same amplifier, a Sky + HD box, an LCD TV an surround speakers. We wont go into the Wii, PS3 and PC also hooked up. Essentially the best way to go (whatever you connect up) is to split the video and audio signals.

Sky: The Sky box has an audio outputs (left and right channel) found at the back of the box. You get some twin audio cables, plug into the back of the Sky box and the other end into the Kenwood Amp (for example we use Video 1). This means that the sound from Sky can be found on Video 1 on the Amp.

You take the video signal (picture) from Sky using a SCART cable and put into the back of your panasonic TV. This does mean that you can watch a picture without the sound and listen without a picture. The Amp remote controls the sound, the Sky / TV remote controls the picture.

You may need to tinker with some settings on the Amp, for example on the front of the Amp you will find a source button, toggle through the 3 or 4 options to give you the right sound. But essentially that should be it. The same process is used for any other things you want to add, like a DVD player, a games console and so on.

Hope this helps.

Regards, Mohammed

Oct 05, 2009 | Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders

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