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No audio output

Hello. The TV seems to work fine, but there is no audio output at the rca jacks in the back. I can't hook it up to my stereo. Thanx, Bryan

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Hotrodmax- If the speakers work on the tv itself,then maybe check the back where the units hook-ups are there may be a speaker switch.If you don't find one there is a good chance you have to go into the menu and change your audio setup,my 52inch runs audio this way. cooltekFeb18/08

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