Question about Televison & Video
You will probably want to get the audio module checked by a professional. It could be something as simply as a blown capacitor/resistor, but if you are not familiar with this, best get a professional to diagnose/repair the set.
Try this first:
Unplug the tv from the mains and remove all cables. Wait for about 10 mins. Now plug the TV back into the mains, while holding the power button ON. See if this resolves the issue.
I would also recommend investing in a surge protector/spike buster if have frequent storms in your area.
Posted on May 11, 2008
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