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Speaker off Someone just gave me their old Mitsubishi CS-27407 27". I hooked it up through my directv connection, no problems there, but there was no sound, and it said 'speaker off'. The previous owner said he had it hooked up through his sound system, but it had been so long since he hooked up the tv he couldn't remember how he turned off the speaker (and no longer has the owner's guide or remote control). I can't find anything on my directv remote that might help, and there's nothing self-explanatory in terms of the buttons on the front of the machine. Help!

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You will need an original Mitsubishi remote. The original remotes usually have 3 large oval buttons labeled Audio (up and down), Adjust (up and down) and Video (up and down). Pressing the Audio button will bring up the usual Bass, Treble, Balance... and Speakers Off. When you see those words press the Adjust button and the speakers will switch to On. Some sets have the Audio, Adjust and Video buttons behind a little door on the front of the set, so check there first and if not, get an original remote.

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