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RCA Television Sound Problem

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by hoggboy, Nov 11, 2003.

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  1. hoggboy

    hoggboy Guest

    Yesterday while watching television the sound went bad. By bad, I mean the
    sound is now garbled with a lot of noise to the point that the program can
    not be heard. When trying to troubleshoot the problem, I discovered that
    the sound problem was only present when the program source was throught the
    coax port. When bringing audio in through the RCA jacks, the sound was
    clear.

    Any suggestions how to fix this problem?
     
  2. Sofie

    Sofie Guest

    hoggboy:
    I know that it is obvious to you that not all RCA television models have the
    same features, circuitry and components so you really should post the MODEL
    NUMBER and CHASSIS NUMBER if you are hoping for anything close to a specific
    repair suggestion.....
    First you should check the Menu settings for the audio. If this is a stereo
    television, be certain that it is not in the SAP mode..... also try
    switching to the mono mode... and try a variety of different channels.
    Inside the television circuitry there could be component failures that will
    need proper testing and troubleshooting by an experienced and knowledgeable
    technician with the proper test equipment and tools....... if you are not
    prepared to do that I would suggest that you TAKE your television to a
    service shop for at the very least a repair cost estimate so you can make an
    intelligent repair decision with facts instead of internet or telephone
    guesses.
     
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