Question about Zenith C27A24T 27" TV
This just started a few days ago, is there someting I can try or do I send it to be repaired or just throw it away
It sounds like the audio section of the TV has a problem. If you were going to troubleshoot this yourself I would suggest that you do as a first step would be to inject an audio tone into the input of the audio amp to see if it were functioning, and if you could hear the tone through the speakers that would at least prove that the amplifier was good and the problem was further upstream. I believe that this TV uses an IC for quadrature detection which means the sound and video are separated in the same IC which means if the audio section of the chip is bad you would have to replace the component and it not be within your expertise to do that. So I would suggest that you either take it to a TV repair shop to be worked on, or to your local Vocational High School and give it to them for their electronics program instead of throwing it away.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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