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AUDIO/CLOCK Hey there, i have problem with AUDIO. I can't hear anymore AUDIO from my TV, even if I try volume up, still silence. I tryd even with headphones, same. I got SHARP LC-32SA1EA LCD TV. Someone can help about it ? And HOW i can set clock/time ? Thank you !

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    Olavi Sep 16, 2009

    I got solution by myself for a few days, downloaded Manual.
    The sound problem can fix by this way:
    MENU-SETUP-PROGRAMME SETUP-MANUAL ADJUST-CHOOSE CHANNEL-ENTER-SOUND SYS.
    Before i fixed, there was "D/K".
    I changed it to B/G and sound camed back.

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For your sound try to program again .if it doesn't works, speakers problems , audio amplifier problem which can be done by a professional

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