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TV SOUND STOPPED AND NO PICTURE. IF ANY PICTURE, VERY FAINT AND SNOWY.

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Hello there. Sounds like you have a frustrating problem. What I hear you saying is your television is not making any sound at all. Not even fuzz. Because your picture is also effected then that narrows down the scope of causes of the problem. Some things that can blow out the speakers and the tuner are: Improper amperage, improper polarity, a lightning strike, an improperly added tuning device, and a few other things like dropping the television. If you suspect one of the above then I recommend checking our online list of repair technicians in your area.
If this does not help then please give me your make and medel # for your television and list what kind of service (cable, satellite, etc.) and what other devices you have connected and I can get more specific.
Thanks and good luck.

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