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TV sound problem

I bought a 42 inch Goodmans plasma tv over 2 years ago, but now the sounds seems to have disappeared. To be able to get a reasonable sound the volume has to over 50 mark, Sometimes the bass would come back for a few seconds which is quite uncomfortable since the volume is already high. I have checked the audio control, fine, and the cables, fine, I have even connected another speaker, but same, therefore speakers are ok. The problem is I have no cover for it. Please advise.

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First my brother you have an old set which needs to be service take out the circuit board clean it and do resoldering in the audio circuit.if that does not solve your problem then it is time to call the tech,it means that your audio ic needs to be replaced and the associated components you can also look on some dried up caps which could be a part of your problem.good luck.

Posted on Mar 28, 2007

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