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S-Audio Port doesn't work anymore.

When my son connects is PS2 video game to the audio/video connection on the front of the tv, the audio does not work anymore.Why?

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Re: S-Audio Port doesn't work anymore.

Faulty cable, or the solder joint on the rear of the RCA connectors inside the TV has cracked.

This is a common problem and is caused from repetitive plugging/unplugging cables into the connectors, especially if they are not handled very carefully.

If this is the problem, it's a simple solder job. The difficulty is often having to remove the entire chassis to get to it.

A simple alternative is to use a 3-4 way AV selector switch, plugged into the rear AV inputs, leaving the PS2 permanently connected (and other AV devices) then all you need to do is change the switch over to use your desired device.

They are also available with a remote control.

Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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