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Tuner and AV problem

Hi....i have two problem on my panasonic tv....first, can't find channel at VHF-H and UHF band, only channel that using VHF-L was ok. second, i've lost my AV sound, but for tv sound is ok....the picture for AV also good. please someone to help me........what component are in trouble?

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TRY TUNER ASSEMBLY SOLDER JOINTS COULD BE DRY OR CRACKS GOOD LUCK

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