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Sonehow turned on audio description want to turn it off PLEASE Help

My Model # is 32LD350 LG TV cannot get the audio to shut off for described video. Please help Shirley

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You have the second audio program (SAP) enabled. Return to the initial set up procedure and disable it.

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The tv is in a mode where a woman is describing what is happening on the tv. Like if a blind person is watching and we can't figure out how to turn it off.


Hello, Suxy -

If you have the owner's manual for your TV, there is probably information about the SETTINGS and DESCRIPTIVE AUDIO or DESCRIPTIVE VIDEO. If you have the manual, find that section and follow the directions for turning it off.

Otherwise . . .

With the remote control for your TV power the TV on.

Then, press MENU.

The SETTINGS options for the TV should then display.

One of the SETTINGS options will probably be AUDIO or, maybe ACCESSIBILITY.

Since I don't know the make and model of your TV, I am unable to be precise in my directions here.

Eventually, you will need to find the TV setting which relates to audio settings. You will want to turn the Descriptive Audio / Descriptive Video setting off.

Best wishes.

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Cant find the audio output


Hi janice,
You probably have damaged the earphone jack. Please have it checked.

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My LG LCD 32LD350 seemed to have been fried in a storm last night, stanby red light no longer lit and won't turn on, still see some green lighting inside televison, but it won't turn on, Is it


Is it repairable, well, this question can be answered only after opening the back cover and evaluating the damage. From you side, please connect the TV to a different power outlet where other similar devices are working and see. Then try changing the input device to something that sure works. If it does not work even then, this may need attention by a qualified service technician.

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LG - 32LD350 - 32" LCD TV - 720p is the type of tv


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It has been permanantly damaged, and is not repairable. To get it work perfectly, you have to replace the screen. OK.

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I can't remove the stand from my tv to store it in the box. i removed the screws but i can't remember if i'm supposed to just pop off the plastic stand.


By looking at this for you it seems to just come off once the screws are taken out. Please double check all screws are out. Additionally the manual may be of some extra assistance, available at: http://www.lg.com/uk/common/product/support.jsp?localeCd=uk&productId=32LD350&uri=/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-lcd-tv-32LD350.jsp#
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I have an lg 32ld350. I plugged in headphones into it as to not annoy anyone with the tv and when i was done i unplugged them and now i have no sound unless i use headphones. Even with them unplugged it...


Turn off ur tv.Tries take the head phone steal jack plug it in and unplug it out do this like three or four times.Tries the tv menu audio resetting again.The audio should return.Don't used ur tv head phone again the input jack socket it have problems,just lower ur tv volume for not to annoy anyone.Or used the tv head phone jack socket again will damage it for good, and will never get sound out throught ur tv speaker again.

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My 32LG350 wont turn on. I just pluged it for the first time i bought it like a month ago. it was working but suddenly it turned off by itself and wont turn on either by pushing the TV on/off boton neither...


Try unplugging the the TV from the power outlet for 30 seconds to a minute and plug back in again. Try to turn on again. Some TV's have to be in a "ready mode" to operate by remote - so besure it is in that mode - or use the power button on the TV.

Good luck!

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I turn the tv on and I get the sound from the channel being watched via Comcast box however there is a screaching noise that is over top of the program sound. If you turn the volume up the screach gets...


Return it this tv have intermittent problems with it tv Tuner signal board.That the board,where the incomming broadcasting signal cable plug into it.U should able just pick one option Mono or Stereo sorround sound on Audio Setting setting selection surround sound ON.

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