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No sound This TV is for sale at an estate sale and they claim it needs a audio fuse. What happened is that owners left the tv on mute for a long period of time they heard a click when they turned it off and when they turned it on again there was no sound. Just wondering how to fix it and if it's worth buying for 300 dollars.

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I would stay away if the problem is traced to the signal board you can end up spending more than 300 for a new signal board.

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The volume has went off on my tv. its a samsung le26b450c4w


First verify that the mute is disengaged (toggle the mute button). Second, check the sound configuration to make sure the internal speakers are on, or check the sound output to make sure it is going to the inputs of an external audio amplifier (stereo receiver) and that the external amplifier is working. Try a different input source - perhaps the problem is your cable feed or DVD player.
If the internal speakers are on, the volume is up, and you still don't get any sound from a known-good source (TV channel, DVD player, etc.), then try running the sound to a stereo system as described above.
If that works, you may have a shorted speaker amplifier (depending on the set's design, this may blow a fuse supplying power to both left and right amplifiers or a speaker protection circuit will keep the speakers disconnected). These aren't usually hard to repair, but if you find a blown fuse, fix the amplifier before replacing the fuse or you'll just waste another fuse.

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If the TV is under warranty, take it in for repair. If it is not, you can remove the back and check the sound card. If there is a fuse there, i may be blown. Not sure about the model of your TV... but it could be as simple as a fuse. The sound card has the two (or more depending on the model) wires one coming from the right of the tv and one from the left. It looks like this on my TV. If it's not on the sound card, check all fuses. And make sure the TV isn't on Mute! 8d1526c.jpg

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My htr-5850 just stopped producing sound while using the cable TV. I muted it once and when I took it off mute I have not been able to get the TV's sound to work since. I have no idea what to do. Any...


How is TV sound coming into your Yamaha? If it's from the TV analog audio then maybe the TV's audio output is muted.

If it's from the Cable Box maybe ITs audio is muted. I'd refer to the guide for the Cable Box.

MUTE on the receiver is not source-specific.

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Check to see if it happens from two sources, such as a cable box, cable from the wall, dvd player and/or game system. If it happens with all of them the issue is the tv, and it needs to be repaired or you can purchase a surround sound system for your audio and keep the tv muted. If it happens with only one source, replace the source.

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If hdmi cable sends audio and video info from my laptop to my tv why can't I hear anything? I have video but no audio. the Audio all say hdmi/high def audio and are working properly


Have you "muted" the sound on your computer?

Have you "muted" any of the outputs (MIDI, speaker) on your computer?

Have you "muted" the sound on the TV's built-in speakers?

Have you "muted" the sound on any external speakers that are connected to your TV?
Does your TV have _more_ than one HDMI port? Have you tried them all?

Got a friend with a TV with a HDMI port?
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Should i mute the volume on my tv now that i have a home theater system set up?


No. Here is why, you are sending the sound through an audio left and right on the theater system therefore the audio part of the tv will go mute automatically. for example your dvd player left and right audio will be outputed through you theater system and video to the TV...

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You shouldn't need anything plugged into the accessory jacks to get local sound from your set. Go through the main setup menu and check audio settings; they may be set to turn off the internal speakers to send the sound to a home theatre that you apparently don't have. Most sets have that as a selection and supply L-R audio for an external system and mute the internal speakers.
FYI: The three connectors you mention are coded as follows:
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These may be input connectors (for external VCR/DVD decks) so check your owner's guide to verify. 

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Sure. On back of DVD player find 'audio out" left and right.
Obtain a twin RCA jack audio cable of sufficient length and put
the two plugs on one end into those audio ports, and plug
the color matching ends into any available" audio in" left/right
ports (except "phono") on your receiver. Done.

For the TV sound use the same kind of twin cable, and obtain
the sound source from audio out left/right on the back of your
cable or satellite provider box and find one additional set
of available "audio in" left/right ports on your receiver. Done.

Turn the receiver dial to correspond to the audio port that
you selected on the back and enjoy it.

If you don't have a separate cable or satellite box chances
are your TV will have audio out left/right ports in the back
or front somewhere and use those to route your TV sound,
but if you do that don't expect the sound quality to be
top notch (depending on the TV circuitry ).

If you have only one unused audio in left right pair available
on your receiver you will need to use an "A/B" audio
switch, and your local electronic store can tell you how to
use it.

You are doing the right thing. The sound should be much
improved by using your receiver. And by the way, when the
sales person in the store suggests that you need gold plated
jacks ignore him and buy the plastic ones. They will work
just fine.

Good luck.

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try to buy universal remote.. available in all market..

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Pauz, we need the model number to be able to help you out, located on front of owners manual or on back panel of tv set. some of the GE/RCA built tv`s had problems with extra data bits from the satellite and it would kill the audio, yours may be one of those sets, heres the fix for them, shut off your tv, un-plug the tv`s AC cord from the wall outlet, wait 20 seconds, plug set back in, turn it on and see if audio has returned, you might get lucky :)
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