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I had the 7 blinking lights problem. Replaced 2

I had the 7 blinking lights problem. Replaced 2 capacitors and now I have no sound. I can see the picture but there is no sound coming out of thr tv. what could be the problem now?

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Do a tv system over haul reset.Tries unplug,replug the tv an hour later.Go to the tv menu,goto AUDIO,go down to do the resetting,now the tv is back to factory setting.Go to the tv menu,than goto PICTURE,go down to resetting,to reset all the Tuner board setting,back to the factory setting.The audio,should be back now.Not,retraced from the speakers,wires back to the board connections,unplug,replug every connnetoins and replaced all the supporting components near the speakers wires are connected.

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6 blinks its the clear indication that you have bad power supply board..


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Just follow this instruction to fix your TV..

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