When watching freeview,check the settings in the menu,if this doesn't produce any remedy then a quick and easy solution,all you need is a set of rca/phono leads,connect the tv to an amp via the rca(phono)audio out from the back of the tv to an audio in(rca/phono)on the back of an amp,most stereo systems will have an audio in of if you have a surround amp even better,just remember to select aux on the stereo and you should then have sound.
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Fault to its main board. Short circuited component/s at it. Contact any service technician; or the authorized service center. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ . In most cases, the main board might have to be replaced. If so, a software [firmware] update too might be necessary.
You can't really record from the TV while watching something else. The only way to do that is to have two tuners. What you would need to do is get another converter box and connect that to the VCR, via the second VCR socket. But as you have a Satellite box, you will need to find a scart switching box like the one shown below (try Amazon for them).
This will allow you to connect all your items to the one TV.
You have to option in LCD Source In-Put.All LCD Have this In-Put Com posit-Yellow/Red/White (AV) In LCD Select AV Mode After That Connect Yellow /Red/White as per color pin given in your LCD. Component-Green/Blue/Red If you have Component in put in your LCD than select from source component mode for Red/Blue/Green.
Use the cables connecting the DVD and connect the satelite.
If everything works OK, then check and replace the cables for the Satellite.
If the sound is still No Good, check the audio settings on the satellite
You may connect the DVD using the Satellite cables as a check as well
Yep -same problem, but I bought mine for £18 at an auction, thought I'd done so well, but no warantee!! -Doh. Sound perfect from DVD, so not a scart issue. Tried factory reset / retune, no joy. Freeview silent. Warfdale, you used to be the best in the world; what's gone wrong? :(