We have used this tv for several years with the internal speakers turned off via the Audio setup menu and piped the sound thru our 5.1 surround sound system so we have never used the internal speakers except during the first installation.
Now when we turn on the internal speakers there is no sound.
The set has been serviced once - the fly-back transformer replaced.
Is it possible that the service tech left the wires to the speakers off when he had the covers off the set?
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go thru the menu and see if the speakers were turned off (to accomidate a surround or other audio device). Thats what happened to mine... and I only found out after I replaced it and my kids were playoing around with it...
There might be another solution beside the trash can.
You see often with audio problem the fault is the audio output i.c that is gone.
Also in the tv menu you may have speaker on/off, make sure they are on.
If it still doesn`t work then you may want to try the audio out connectors at the back of the set,there may be sound there.
What you`ll need is and audio system with aux/cd/tape input and a rca/phono stereo cable.
Just connect the tv out to any free input and turn up the volume .
By the way the tv audio out may be variable(option in the audio menu) which means that any amplified speakers(computer speakers) could be used as long as you have rca connectors on the end of it.
Hope this will help. Good luck
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The set may have shorted the horizontal out put transistor since it kept coming on sometimes. This could be cause by the driver transformer arcing causing a "spike" in voltage going to you horizoltal out put transistor.