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No Volume ON the volume menu there is a picture of headphones, no sound. there are no headphones connected and ive checked every button and menu. ive turned it off at the mains, still no sound. whats the crack?

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  • Katie Williams Oct 13, 2008

    I have no sound on my Samsung plasma tv, there is a picture of headphones on the volume bar. No headphones have ever been put into the tv.

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The earphones input are in bad conditions you need to change it,or try put in the earphones and put out until the picture of the earphones go out.

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