Question about Mitsubishi CS-26201 TV
You need to get into the audio menu and turn the speaker on. Usually even without the remote the control the buttons on the set will allow this. Sometimes they are not marked but usually pushing two buttons at once, or holding one while pushing another will work. Experimentation should yield which ones work. Once you are in the menu it should be easy to get to the audio controls using the buttons on the front. Again experimentation and retrys may be required. When you find the correct menu toggle the speaker back on and you should be good. If you don't mind spending the money, and it may make your life easier down the road, this website http://www.remotes.com/ has your factory remote for $67.20 plus shipping. A cheaper alternative may be to buy a universal remote for 5 to 10 dollars but there is no garantee that it will allow you to access the menus. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 12, 2006
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