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NO SOUND The TV was working earlier in the day, and now there is no sound!!! When we turn up the volume, the sound clicks as the volume rises but thats all. We have Direct TV hooked up to the TV. The TV is about 8-9 years old and this is the first problem we've had with it. I was watching tv when the sound went off. You can hear a clicking sound when you turn volume up and down. I am cable connected, and also have dvd. I still have sound when I play my dvd, but no sound when just the tv is on. The tv is not muted. The speakers are on, because I checked the audio output and speakers control panel in the audio menu. This is the first problem I've had with it.

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  • sandrajok Jul 19, 2008

    I tried the solution, unplug and replug tv, it didn't work.

  • Telewriter Jul 20, 2008

    I had the same problem, just started today, only on one receiver - the others are fine. Plugging and unplugging didn't work, reset didn't work. Is this a Direct TV problem then? Kind of odd I'm not the only one whose sound just quit TODAY!

  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2008

    My 32 RCA was on and a watching a program on Direct tv and I could hear a click sound and the sound went off and just made a clicking sounding with trying to change volume. Well after reading suggestions here to correct the problem I turned power off to the tv a few minutes and now I have volume. Thanks alot to persons who gave that advice but why do you think this happened.



  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2008

    I tried the solution and it did not work. There is no sound output looking for owners manual for model F32665.Frank Gilbert, AZ

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Unplug the power to the tv for couple of minutes; replug and should have sound!

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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    Jack Edwards Nov 23, 2013

    didnt work and how many minutes would u say is a couple

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Tried the unplug and it did not work

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I just had the same problem. I unplugged the dish box for 1 min plugged it back in and wala!, the sound come back after finding the signal.

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