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Sound won't work

Since hubby accidently plugged the DC cord into the rear speaker outlet, the sound won't work. The picture still works fine. We tried to get external speakers to plug in, but, they didn't work either. How do I fix the sound?

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Most likely the audio output stage in the TV is blown!

You will have to bring the set in for service. Most likely they will have to change audio output IC and some support components.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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