Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Check connection cables and connected devices, like DVD, receiver box etc.
If a connected device is defective, or if connection cable is bad, this can cause the TV audio going on and off randomly.
If you are using an home theater system, check audio cable to system and cables from system to speaker.
If possible test the TV using only an external aerial connected to the back of the TV, and the TV internal speakers. If the problem still occurs, then the TV is faulty.
Also try plugging in and out headphones (if headphones connector is present). Try to understand if you get same problem using headphones, this will point at a common fault concerning internal speakers connectors.
In that case call RCA at the number listed on the owners manual , if the TV is new, then it will be replaced or repaired under limited warranty terms. Before agreeing the repair RCA will ask you to perform a test similar to the one I told you (test TV stand alone).
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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