Question about Toshiba 42H82 42" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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  • srrobinson2 Nov 27, 2007

    I have a Toshiba 65H81 RPTV. I have always used my surround system for the sound, so I never really used the internal speakers on the TV. I tried to hook my kid's Wii up to it using the RCA jacks on the front panel, and I could not get the sound to work.

    I took the TV apart a year or so ago to clean the lens, mirror, etc. and then performed the detailed convergence using a grid. It is possible that I disconnected the speakers somewhere and failed to re-connect them. I've looked for a loose connector, but I don't see one anywhere.

    Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance.



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Someone answered this as a premium solution two years ago :). There was a switch on the rear of the TV that was in the wrong position.

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