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Lost output to all speakers from surrond sound have audio thru audio output had a ststic shock when turning off after power back on no surrond sound

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Verify first in the audio setup on screen menu that the speakers are not set to OFF. Otherwise you may have bad power amp sections.

Posted on Nov 02, 2009

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Most of the problems with no sound on this model is caused by the eeprom that has crashed the data for the audio circuit. When it does this it triggers the mute transistors on causing no sound.
Replacing the eeprom will fix the problem but you will need to make horizontal frequency, vertical and horizontal width adjustments. Because this alignment is tricky, I would not recommend doing yourself. If you do, make sure you are able to down load the service information from google. You will need to have the chassi number. Make sure to include the letter or letters after the chassi #.
Example. CTC177AB. This is important so you will be able to get the correct eeprom.
I hope this helps,
Sky Assoc

Posted on Nov 25, 2010

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