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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Jul 18, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    I have a 32 inch normal television. It is about five years old.
    Recently, the speakers started making a static noise. It only makes
    this noise for items that are plugged into the RF antenna thing in the
    back (example: the cable, the nintendo, the super nintendo). However,
    items that are plugged into the A/V slot in the back perform just fine
    (example: playstation 2). So, any idea what the problem might be?
    Sound is just fine on the "video input" channel, but not anything on
    channel 3 (which, as I said, is the cable, the video games, etc.)

    Your help is greatly appreciated!

    Thank you,
    Brandon
     
  2. JANA

    JANA Guest

    You should mention the manufacture and model number of any device you
    enquire about.

    Generally speaking, the fault may be in the sound demodulator section, or
    the circuit area that switches the sound input mode.

    Did you check the simple things, such is the TV in the SAP mode, if it has
    that feature. Many times, lost sound is from having a wrong setting.

    If the above fails, you will have to take the set to a service centre to
    have an estimate for the repair.

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    JANA
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    I have a 32 inch normal television. It is about five years old.
    Recently, the speakers started making a static noise. It only makes
    this noise for items that are plugged into the RF antenna thing in the
    back (example: the cable, the nintendo, the super nintendo). However,
    items that are plugged into the A/V slot in the back perform just fine
    (example: playstation 2). So, any idea what the problem might be?
    Sound is just fine on the "video input" channel, but not anything on
    channel 3 (which, as I said, is the cable, the video games, etc.)

    Your help is greatly appreciated!

    Thank you,
    Brandon
     
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