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No sound and analog channels

Sound started getting garbled then went out all together. No audio on any input. Unplugging then plugging back in gets sound back garbled and only at very high volume. Also, the analog channels aren't shown.

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  • Newellsail Jun 11, 2008

    My RCA set is connected via cable reception.

    I have the same problem, no sound and no analog channels are found when autotuning. Only didgital channels are found, but no sound.

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THis is been an issue with these sets. Rca has issued a bullteen on these sets.. There is a problem with the digital board. you cant get them... but the fix is to replace a small(very very small ) suface mounted fuse on the board... most qualifed tech can do this repair. so if you can solder surface mounted componets ussally takes twezzers and a big lighted magnifer.. and if you can get the special surface mounted fuse(seems to be a shortage of them) Replacement fuse #275819. u might can fix this. repair is possible

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