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The sound goes on and of when watching a movie
see the cause and fix it: God bless you
- Check if the TV and Amplifier
(if connected) is turned on and set correctly.
- Check if the TV, DVD player
and Amplifier are connected properly.
- Make sure the TV, DVD player
and Amplifier volume are not set to Mute.
- There will be no sound output
during Reverse Play / Pause / Step /
Slow / Search.
- If the DTS soundtrack is
enabled in the DVD Disc Menu, but you are using Stereo
Analog audio, the sound will not work. Try switching the
soundtrack to Dolby 5.1 or PCM mode in the Disc
One half of the lcd
How old is your LCD TV?
From your description of the problem. It appears to be a moisture related. As the TV is ok after a while.
Power off your TV before carrying out next steps.
I would check the wiring connections first and see all connections are good. Also vacuum clean of dust using a brush is recommended.
Secondly would use a hair dryer to blow hot air into to TV unit via the exhaust vent. Just ensure that power is not switched on.
on your TV when you use the hair dryer.
i would also suspect a possible bad joint of a component on the mother board. A visual inspection is required to see the motherboard.
Also a component failure is a suspect due to aging..
You need to evaluate if it worth repairing the TV. Repair cost can be prohibitively high.
hope that helps. good luck.
Sounds faulty to me, I'd take it back to the store and get a
replacement. However, I guess you want that DVD out first? I'm not sure
this will work because the units logic board is mostly likely faulty and will
prevent the DVD transport from opening. Unplug the unit and press the
eject button, keeping it pressed plug the unit back in. If the unit
does not come on then press the power button too. If the unit starts to
open release the button immediately. It's unlikely to eject, but you might get lucky.
Sorry I can't be of much further help.
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