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Toshiba TV stereo drops out

I have an old Toshiba CF3273A TV. The stereo has started to drop out. It will drop in and out, but mostly out. Does anyone know a solution for fixing it?

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This might be a problem with the Audio output final stage where it goes from the Stereo decoder to the Audio amplifiers. This problem might not be something that you can fix if you do not have an electronics background. If you do not have a background in electronics I would suggest that you take this to a qualified electronics service technician. If you do have a background in electronics I would suggest that you get a schematic and begin testing around the stereo decoder and audio amplifiers.

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