Question about Televison & Video
Since you can hear thru the headphones that means that the only think that could be defective is the headphone jack - normally it acts as a switch, disconnecting the speakers when you plug the phones and connecting them back when you take them out. Now it no longer connects back the speakers, it's internal switch is stuck and it can't be fixed.
You have 2 options:
1 - you replace the headphone jack - it's a generic part, you can find an almost identical one at any hobby/parts shop. Just bring it with you when you buy its replacement, the pins must be the same.
2 - you solder strips if wires over the contact pins to reenable the speakers - but this way you will lose the headphones.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
Hello Tula. It is likely that the speakers have been turned off. Un plug the headphones and see what sound you get first. On some sets, once u plug in the head set, all other sound ceases.
Then check the menu in the tv. Turn on the set and push the menu button on the remote. Scroll until you find audio. open audio and study the choices you have there. You may find that the speakers are turned to off. J.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
It is likely to be your TV itself. Lets start with the simple things.
Try to turn the volume up on your tv either with your buttons on the TV and/or with the remote itself.
Go into your TV "settings" and look for "sound" scroll to it and hit "Enter" or "OK" on the remote. Now look to see if the speakers are disabled or sound it turned on. Please be sure sound is on and speakers are on. Also look that the TV is set to Stereo
After doing this try to unplug the Power and leave it for about 30 Min's and then plug it back in.
Let me know how these go. These are the simple things but we will start there so we don't overlook anything.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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