Question about RCA MM36100 36" TV
These RCA televisions are notorious for this problem. You will need to have a technician change a chip called the EEPROM which holds the memory settings. The memory gets corrupted and the chip needs to be replaced or reprogrammed by unsoldering it, removing it, and inserting it into a device. After this is done it can be reinstalled and your sound will return.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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