I don't know how you connect the unit to the tv. Let's just start on basic: composite video/audio(yellow-video, white/red-audio) connect to TV composite video/audio input behind the TV. If the audio works but no picture,try to use another video input behind the tv.if that still doesn't work,use a different video cable! Good luck!
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hi,try going into your tv setting and see if thers a setting for ext speaker as sometime ther is ,this is the place i would look and the only place i would think the fault would be ,you say audio cable i take it you mean rca cables [two cables] if not check them but i dont think its both of them faulty,def in setting somewere.good luck
you need to download the audio driver in the webpage of you computer manufactory.. just go ther put you computer moel and choose the audio driver and install and enjoy the audio again.. pls click if my solution was helpful
If your using A/V jacks more than likely you've placed the audio jacks in the wrong set of connections I did that myself, got picture no sound rearrange the jacks to another set of holes suddenly had sound ther are so many different sets of possible configurations that it's easy to get them confused.
Sanyo Model AVM-1304 This TV has a loud mechanical "chatter" (or clicking)that appears to be coming from RL001 on the motherboard as soon as ther TV is turned on. I can feel the mechanical vibration on the component. The Picture and sound are very good. The chassis is G6Y-13040. Any ideas?
This TV has a loud mechanical "chatter" (or clicking)that appears to be coming from RL001 on the motherboard as soon as ther TV is turned on
replace relay as it is easily available or make it direct.
More than likely the problem is the audio is set in the SAP (Second Audio Program) mode.
You can search the audio section of the menu, usually in the MTS part of it. There might be a button on the remote (which usually causes this problem) labeled MTS or audio that can be used to adjust the audio.
It could be that the tuner is bad. Using a cable box or VCR into an input would allow you to use the audio.
If this doesn't help, respond with your setup and we may be able to figure it out.