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marie dupont Posted on May 19, 2007

No sound on television

I have a 11 1/2 " by 9" Magnavox TV that fall from my dresser on the carpet of my bedroom last week. The picture works great but there is now no more sound at all. I tried to reprogram it but did not work. Would you have any idea what to check? one of the speaker came off and we glued it back with no success. Thanks in advance. Marie

  • marie dupont May 22, 2007

    where would I buy a speaker? Radio shack?
    thank you for responding. We appreciate your help.
    miette

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The speaker may not be connected to the board, check the wire. try replacing the speaker.

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