I have ben using my toshiba televison for abt 8 years. A few days ago I was moving the t.v after the t.v had been moved the sound stop working. All the picture are clear and have used the front panel to check that if the remote has a problem. Also I have sky tried to use both remotes but unfortunately still the same.
Please help the kids are driving me insane!!
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Re: every thing works except the sound
No sound at all?
Did you by any chance use the Headphone socket? I have seen cases where the Socket goes faulty, immediately after someone has inserted the H P pin into it. This cuts off the speakers, and the symptom is "NO SOUND".
If you have not used the Headphones, then I fear that for some inexplicable reason, your Audio Output IC has become faulty and has to be replaced.
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Windows 8 sucks. Have had so many issues with it myself. Sounds like the load may be corrupted, the easy is call Toshiba tech support, the hard is reformat the hardrive and reload windows but I would suggest Windows 7 over 8 any day.
Hello Kathy, The first thing that I would do is change the batteries in the thermostat. One or more may be weak and not turn on your furnace. I would put in Alkaline batteries. If that doesn't help, maybe a new thermostat is in order.
That sounds like a battery issue. Batteries have whats called CCA (cold cranking amps) it is the main thing to pay attention to. This is a measure of how much current the battery can provide at 0 deg F. Batteries work better when they are warm, so the colder it gets, the less current it can provide.
Starting an engine requires a lot of current, over a very short time. Meanwhile, cold engines are harder to start, requiring more power to get them going. So look at your battery and its CCA and since u said u bought the car a few years ago. You probably didnt replace the battery yet have u? Batteries usually have a life of 4-6 yrs only. Hope this helped
Sounds like your watch is in need of service. All watches need to be maintained and regular service is required. A watch is a tiny machine. So if you think about it a car needs regular maintenance to keep it running and so will any machine.
In a watch the oils dry out after about 3-5 years and they stop lubricating. Just like in a car when the oils stop lubricating the engine will stop, a watch will stop.
The reasons for this are 1) no lubrication means high friction on the moving parts. 2) the dried oils become gummy like glue and hold the gear train in place which keep the gears from moving.
The only answer is to have your watch serviced to get rid of the old lubrication, clean and replace any worn parts, then reassemble and lubricate, and finally adjust the timing.
This is something only a watchmaker should do as the parts in your watch are very small and very fragile. Improper handling can permanently damage the parts.
Hope this helps,
Ken Yellowstone Watch, Inc. www.yellowstonewatch.com
Please handle your PC with care. Since it fell abt 6 in., it must have some connection problem that will still be repeated as soon as it bangs. If it doesn't work in few days from now, check the HDD it may have caused damage because of the fall. Then if you can open any board, unplug connections from outlets then press soldered connections in the motherboard.
Just a pre-caution. But if it persist, see your supplier's technician.