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I have a mitsubishi tv model# 40505 serial # 508621 and the tv is set up to use external speaker and I would like to change it to internal speaker, I longer have a manuel and do not know how to make the change. Please help e-mail grupotaino@hotmail.com

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  • grupotaino May 13, 2010

    thats the problem!!! how do you unplug the speaker,, taking it out did not help,,,how do you get the tv to change from external speaker to internal spkeaker,, it does not give an option to select ( turn on internal speaker).

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Unplug the external speaker

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