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No sound My curtis mathus console tv has no sound. This has happened once before.

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  • dljohnson Feb 26, 2008

    Sorry, I don't have the make and model info available to me as the TV is in a storage unit in Las Vegas, NV. I will be visiting it in the next few weeks and get the information you need to help me.

    Thank You,
    Deborah L. Johnson

  • dljohnson Feb 26, 2008

    We bought the tv back in about 1982. So, it is quit old but last I used it everything was fine but the sound. Twice before this happened and we had to have something replaced to fix it. I just don't understand why this part keeps dieing.

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Always supply make and model when requesting help.

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