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check to see if speakers are on or off--if model number here is correct and it only has one speaker--put your ear right to the speaker and if no hum or anything the single speaker set may have a bad speaker.
I'm not sure what options are available in your audio menu, but here are some things to check before having a repairman check:
Click on menu screen, then select audio menu.
If there is choice of external or internal speakers, select internal.
If there is a noise cancelling option, deselect this.
If you are using remote to increase volume, try the manual volume button on tv.
Does the volume bar at the bottom of the tv increase as you adjust volume ?
Hope this helps
That probably happened because something hit the TV and broke the line for pictures to get through, or because a wire in you TV is bad and doesn't wanna work. This happened to my TV every few days. What I did is give it a few whacks every now and then on top of it and the vision came back, but don't try that if you think your TV is fragile. Yes I know its sounds stereotypical but it actually sometimes works.