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How do I factory reset my Philips 23pf5320

I was changing my component cables from my cable box to my DVD player when I lost all my sound to my Philips tv. I'm confident my cables are hooked into the correct colors but possible changed my tv sound settings.

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Re: how do I factory reset my Philips 23pf5320

Did you have the power supply connected to any componet in your system while making connections , {not just on stand by} ? if so you have probably blown your tv's amplifer. never ever connect or disconnect audio or video connections without disconnecting ac power from the entire system !!! you may or may not get lucky doing this for a good while but sooner or later fate will track you down.

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If HDMI maybe a bad cable or issue there. HDMI has issues with and creating no sound problems.

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