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No Audio Recently I relocated my TV. It seems during relocation it was not handled properly resulting in audio loss. I opened the TV and found that the 4 pin socket that had connections from the wires coming out of the two small speakers in the bottom left and right corner was disconnected. I connected this socket back, but still the sound does not work. I am not a TV experts,but can work around basic stuff.

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Most likely it pulled hard enough to cause some bad solder connections on the botton of the 4 pin...try to unsolder and resolder the connector and reconnect the speakers this should fix you up.

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