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I HAVE GOOD PICTURE NO SOUND..SOUND WORKS IF I HOOK UP STEREO..

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You may have to get into the customer menu..Locate audio speakers on the menu and see internal speakers on/off....Could be this simple....But try.......On the other hand if you shorted the connections to the surround sound speakers and you would know by the howl, You audio output IC is cooked! And this is located on the small signal board. Hope for the best and expect the worst!

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