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NO SOUND There is no sound coming tru to the speakers

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I had a repair and my service order number is 01097943998726 could someone please contact me at 2056013072

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I have a ZVOX 580 soundbar. Using the digital optic cable I have no sound. I have sound through RCA cables. Can you help?


They to check the menu of the TV is there is any option to activate the Digital out or is there is any setting which allow you make a selection between internal speaker or external speaker. if its there the make the setting as external speaker .
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RCA Tru Flat 20" TV/DVD Combo Remote and manual


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Check its speaker first. If it is Ok, check whether the volume is set to zero, or mute function is ON. If all of the above is OK, the audio output IC of your tV is faulty. You ahve to replace it with same type and number. Audio IC can be located by following the speaker wire. One end of that wire will go to oudio output section. There will be an IC; usually screwed on to a metal heatsink. Check its solder terminals first, for any loose soldernng. It is best to resolder all the solder terminals of that IC, by applying a little more solder, without making any solder bridge in between adjecent solder points. If this resoldering also does not help you, check the voltage at the pins of that IC. The maximum voltage will be between 25 and 24VDC. If the voltage also is there, and still there is no sound, replace the IC with same type and number, provided the speaker is good. OK.

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Loving the HD tv...have noticed a problem with my surround sound though. My kenwood amp auto sense's dolby digital 5.1 and some BD do work in DD 5.1 but most don't. It says DD5.1 on the package and the...


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ya kunle bawo ni ? are u a technician? well do this .check your power moudle outputs if all are ok(no voltage drop, no fluctuation & no burst or swolling electrolytic capacitor). disconnet your backlight inverter supply from the power moudle.plug your speaker & antenal firmly. plug your tv & power on, scrol tru your channels, if sound. your backlight inverter is bad. if all still remains dead ur analog/digital converter(mianboard) is bad
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My sennheiser hd 212pro headphones has only the left side speaker working, the other side has no sound. i pulled them apart to see if anything had come lose and nothing has, i dont know wat is wrong with...


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