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The Samsung monitor wouldn't need use of a remote.... you can turn it on from unit and control speaker volume from the PC. I would tape over the receiver section on the monitor so the TV remote cannot control it!
Does the set have a earphone jack? if dirty or damaged it will cut the TV sound out---about the only other possible reason is a audio problem in the TV itself---if possible put ear up to speaker to see if any sound or buzz is heard.
there's no faulty parts on your unit but sure that you have a dry joints on the sound amplifier section.
Look for a qualified technician to re-solder for a dry joint on the said section and it will fix the problem.
If you have knowledge in soldering then open the back panel of your tv.
Then observe first because you have to pull-out some connector from the main board.
Remember that anything you pull-out will be back to their position as you finished resoldering.
Try to trace the connectors of your speaker to the main board.
It is connected to ic which have a heat sink.That's the sound amplifier ic.
Find the cold solder around there then resolder it.
You can try the tv, if you hit the cold solder then intermittent sound will be cured.
Remember that before you try turning on the unit be sure that you returned the connectors to its original position. gud luck buddy...
i do not think it would work with your tv. there has been problems when tech installed uverse on dozens of tv. you can try to purchase an universal remote and see if that works. it is just like a jvc vcr/dvd player/recorder which will not work with any tv but jvc. you can also call att tech to help
Does this model have a headphone jack? If so, plug a pair of headphones or external speaker into the jack, turn the volume to an acceptable listening level and see if the problem goes away. If so, the headphone jack may be bad.