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Audio my husband had surround sound hooked up to my tv..he recently passed and i unhooked everything, now the only sound i get is a buzzing noise through the tv speakers.

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Go into the audio menu of the tv and turn the internal speakers to on. There will be an obvious selection for this but if you can't find it write me back. Hope this helps.

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