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Lost volume Not sure what happened. I was watching the TV and decided to change the channel. As soon as I did I lost volume. Returned to the previous channel to see if perhaps it was a fluk, but also no volume. There was no sound of something that would cause me to believe something blew. Referred to the manual but it didn't help. Not sure what to do.

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Check the power amplifier IC at the audio section

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