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Volumn not working

I have a RCA 27v520t. Connected to it is a TIVO and Cable box. This morning I was using the TIVO and hit the TV Mute to quiet the annoying TIVO beeps. (as I have done before). WHen I hit the mute button again to bring up the volumn the sound remains muted. I have tried all other channels, direct cable and even a dvd player connected. No sound. I unplugged all the boxes and tv and then plugged in again in a attempt to reset what might be wrong. Still no sound. Any suggestions would be appreciated David36078

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WHen I hit the mute button again to bring up the volumn the sound remains muted. I have tried all other channels, direct cable and even a dvd player connected. No sound. I unplugged all the boxes and tv and then plugged in again in a attempt to reset what might be wrong. Still no sound. solution 1 while operation mute button has got demaged or pressed more. 2 sound section might have gone defective in tv 3 no supply to sound section 4 or speaker defective or ic got demaged.

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