Question about Orion1934 19" TV
This may mean that you audio detector/amplifier IC in the TV was rendered defective by an electrical surge. Now I would check to see if the circuit was getting and sound from the audio detector (which might be in the IC also). After checking to make sure the bias circuits are ok I would suggest replacing the IC.
You will need a schematic, a multimeter, and if possible an oscilloscope to troubleshoot this problem.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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