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Re: Audio Menu keeps popping up
There are probably some failing components in the uPC control area, or with the keypad board on the TV sets front panel. It is also possible that there is a problem with the filtering of the distributed power through the circuit boards of the set, and there is some noise causing a false trigger of the function.
This type of fault can take some time for the tech to figure out, unless it is a published common fault with the particular model of set where they give a list of parts to change.
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There should be setting menu on tv whereby you can select RCA or optical.samsung units have automatic selectivity when you use optical cables so they will gives instant output when switched on....make sure you pull off the plastic ends covers ,they only go in one way into the connection ports.if you only have RCA leads you may have to set up the output audio on tv menu.
If you have the guide plus feature go into the setup for it and when it asks if you have a cable box, indicate no, when it asks if you have a Vcr also indicate no. Last if it asks for the zip code enter all 9, This should rule the Guide feature out of service and you will know if it is your problem or not---it created a lot of problems in sets that had it, especially RCA or GE sets.
I suspect you mean by disconnecting the box and running it by itself you mean you tried to run audio from your TV by itself? Somehow you need to go through the menu on your TV setup to see if the audio output isn't either turned off or muted. THere may also be a switch on the back of your TV near your output jacks which gives a option of Speaker on or off. If the speakers are on and your TV audio works I would suspect a issue with either your patchcords or the Cable Box. I am not familiar with the Comcast Digital Cable box (I have analog). But you may want to refer to the manual or to them to see if something in the menu may turn on audio for that as well.
After doing all that (whew)... and if nothing works you may have a issue with the TV amp. If nothing is hooked up to the tv (as if you were just watching "On Air" with an antenna and no stereo connected can you hear audio?
Most monitors/TV come with a remote. Although the remote offers full funtionality, there are usually basic controls on the set itself. Usually these buttons are present; Menu, Volume up/down, channel up/down, input, and the ever popular ON/OFF.
Depending on the type of connection you have going to your display, you may additionally need audio.
However you did mention the VOLUME did not work, if it is too high, a setting in the TV's menu to select a different output. either STATIC (ONE LEVEL, the you can not adjust), or DYNAMIC, one that you can adjust. Check the Menu options ofr your audio.
The menu button on the TV itself is bad and must be replaced ( or removed ). Alternatively the whole front button assembly can be disconnected. Just follow the wire back to the main chassis and unplug it.
hotrodmax- If the speakers work on the tv itself,then maybe check the back where the units hook-ups are there may be a speaker switch.If you don't find one there is a good chance you have to go into the menu and change your audio setup,my 52inch runs audio this way. cooltekFeb18/08
Go into your audio menu, and make sure it is not in the SAP(Second Audio Program). Very common problem when you get good audio on the inputs but not on the RF or tuner input. Good Luck
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