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Samsung television sound fading, now no sound at all

I personally think that the speakers connections are broken. when i turn on the tv i have no sound

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  • Anonymous Aug 09, 2008

    My Samsung TV had sound one day and the next day there is none at all. I get no sound thru' the TV speakers nor thru' the A/V receiver. Any ideas?

  • mega111 Dec 02, 2008

    The sound on my Sumsung Plano starts normal and with in a short but not consistant amount of time it fades away almost to nothing?? Has anyone else had this drama?

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My Samsung tv has sound and then it fades away

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