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This depends on what TV video and audio inputs you have and what Computer video and audio outputs you have. For sound you can use the headphone output from the computer and the Red/White RCA jacks on the TV. For video its more complicated because you need to know what physical cord will plug into the TV input and to your Video Card output first, then see if you can adjust the video cards output signal to a signal that your TV can display.
If you can snap a couple pics of the TV and Computer sound and video connections I will try to give you some advice.
If sound works from a video the audio circuit is ok--leaves only that something in TV mode is set wrong---possible but not real likely a headphone jack issue or in menu set may have a feature for turning speakers off in that mode or look to see if set has the SAP mode on the remote.
If using a box of some kind issue can also be coming from it.
SAP means Secondary Audio Programme. To cancel this, you have to get into the Minu of your TV, and surf through to get the SAP display window. There you have to set the SAP of OFF. For more details go to the user manual of your TV. OK.
SAP, Mono, Stereo, Etc. You should be able to switch this from your remote. Even universal remotes should have this button to adjust sounds. Otherwise you need to go into the TV menu (not the remote) and change it from there. The only way you can change it on those channels is to switch manually. Happens a lot on these older TVs. No worries. Very common.
On many sets, the audio channel can be switched by remote control or through a SAP switch located around the tuning panel or "on screen programming." Usually, there is a setting labeled SAP, AUDIO SELECT, B-AUDIO, MTS, or MENU. By changing the setting, you should be able to select SAP. Not all TV sets are alike, so you might want to check your instruction manual for all the details.
turn off the sap in the audio menu. sap is "secondary audio programming" i believe, and sometimes stations will broadcast in spanish on this sap or will broadcast weather or emergency information. these channels are probably broadcasting a mute sound over the air.
Do you have the original remote? it will look like the one here:http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&smodel=B27TF680&brand_pn=RCA_B27TF680&mode=large&uid=11758883061400 If you do not have the original remote you will not be able to switch off the SAP setting, without it as there is a button that controls the sound. when this button is pressed you see where to turn off the SAP setting. Good Luck