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Re: symphonic television has no sound
It's probably either a defective speaker, or something defective in the Audio Amplifier stages. If the set has an audio output jack, you could try plugging into a small stereo and see if that gets you by.
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In the front of the Tray of the DVD is a small hole using a paper clip or similar piece of straight stiff wire, insert it into the hole, push in until you hear/feel a click, keep pushing gently and the tray will pop open.
Hmmm, really hard to say without looking at it whether it's worth the repair or not. Do you have cable or satelite connected to it? IF you are just recieving signal "off air" in about a year it will not work by itself any more. The nation is going digital. IF it is connected to cable or satelite it will probably still work fine as long as you have an analog converter box of either kind. OR if the basic cable is analog and not switching to digital. (ask your cable company) That should help you determine whether to replace or repair. As for the sound issue it is my guess that it will probably be more complex than simple. Costing $55-$125 to fix. At that rate you can buy another as easily. MY only suggestion is buy a tv that has digital capabilities so regardless you are covered! The small TV's are still pretty cheap even with the new technologies.