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Proscan TV Our TV does not have any audio output. It happened suddenly. Cable is fine, Tivo is fine and we can play DVDs. Any suggestions on what may be wrong? Is it worth repairing?

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Maybe, but I would first go into menu and look at audio settings and make sure speakers are on internal and not external or turn off.
Also just unplug for an hour and restart unit. Lastly, it may be cheaper to just attach a 100.00 surround sound system for audio.
Craig www.classtorations.com

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