Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
While watching TV,..I also have a Scientific Atlantic Explorer 8300HD cable box, the volumue went out as if the TV were muted but no captioned titles appeared on screen. I tried unplugging everything...all the connections appear to be in tact. the only thing strange is from the remote when I go to the Audio function. #1 mute appears on that line, but when I try to scroll left or right to try to deactivate mute..nothing happens. So I have a perfect picture, can change channels, but no volume..Can anyone help this single mom
I am having this exact same problem only pressin the + button does nothing at all any help?
Posted on May 28, 2010
I had the same problem with no sound, but I followed the suggestion of turning off the TV and unpluging the AC cord. I then accessed the menu funtion (from the TV, not the remote), highlighted the Audio Speaker Variable funtion, pressed the "+" key and presto, I had sound. Thanks for the (indirect) help!
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Pauz, we need the model number to be able to help you out, located on front of owners manual or on back panel of tv set. some of the GE/RCA built tv`s had problems with extra data bits from the satellite and it would kill the audio, yours may be one of those sets, heres the fix for them, shut off your tv, un-plug the tv`s AC cord from the wall outlet, wait 20 seconds, plug set back in, turn it on and see if audio has returned, you might get lucky :)
Let me know model number if unplugging does not re-set the audio, BMW Rider
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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