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TV has no sound

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Mitsubishi tube TV 15 years old.
Occurs all inputs.Not on mute or SAP.SHUT it down for 48 hours.and problem still present.

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Basically your audio circuitry has failed then, and I wouldn't recommend replacing it unless you really want to or depending on the size of the tv for sure.

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