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Sound Problem Please help me, my SAMSUNG LCD TV have no more audio, the last time that my tv had audio was when I tryed to connect the headphones on left-behind side of the tv... after 3 minutes I disconnect it and the audio was gone, it works just with the headphones. Please hel me, May be the TV keeps in headphone mode, because when I try to increase the volume, appears an the headphone icon. Thanks!!!!

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  • dbarch Dec 09, 2007

    Samsung 19" LCD has similar headphone jack issue. Tried to connect multimedia speakers to improve sound; jack seems erratic - sometimes tv speakers are on, sometimes jack output is on, sometimes both on, sometimes both off. Possible connection issue, or possible feedback/surge issue from multimedia amplifier? sound from tv speakers so poor that multimedia system is a necessity.

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    Where is the headphone plug in on the tv

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Ok paola! the problem is the headphone connector inside the TV.. maybe did not turn back the switch to speaker mode. check the headphone connector (at inside the tv). small problem goodluck paola!!!

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