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Unable to get any sound

Hi I am unable to get any sound from this plasma tv. All the cables are in correctly and there is no mute button on.

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It may be due to a break in the connection u just put on the tv and try to hear some sound in the speaker when u switch on or off the tv if u cant hear then it is sure the wire inside may be broken or the amplifier ic is defective u have to change it

Posted on Jun 29, 2007

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