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Only one channel has no audio

Have only music audio on channel 48 you can hear the music but you can not hear the people talking all other channels are working properly not related to the cable input have other tv on the same channel anyone have a idea ???


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  • shawnallen Dec 13, 2007

    problem corrected turned it off for a day daughter turned it on last night and it was working fine just one of the many things yet to be understood



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Check your tuner settings
you might be using UHF instead of VHF

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