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Toshiba 27" TV problem

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by max, Apr 22, 2004.

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  1. max

    max Guest

    I've got 27" Toshiba TV Model CE27C15.There is problem with sound.I hear
    noise through speakers but no sound.
    Any suggestions?
  2. Art

    Art Guest

    Make sure the set is not adjusted to receive SAP mode, try either Stereo or
    Mono setting and see if the audio returns. That not resolving the problem
    you will then need to get a schematic and do some in depth troubleshooting
    to determine what components are damaged or what voltages are not present.
    Other than that you may need to take the set to a service facility.
  3. max

    max Guest

    I'm a electronics technician and actually I don't have the schematic for
    this TV.If you had any problems with this TV like this let me know how you
    solve this problem
  4. David

    David Guest

    Assuming the tv set is not in SAP mode I can definitely say it has
    some kind of problem somewhere in the at least part of the audio
    circuits. Given the total lack of even the most basic troubleshooting
    information, it is time to take the set into a qualified and
    experienced servicer for diagnosis and repair.

  5. Sofie

    Sofie Guest

    It should be obvious to you that if you want technical repair suggestions
    that you must FIRST post your initial and basic technical troubleshooting
    results including component test results, meter readings and voltage
    measurements and other pertinent observations.
    Without you being the eyes and ears at your end you will not get much in
    terms of specific repair suggestions.... the more you give, the more you
  6. David

    David Guest

    Don't worry about him, if you check his prior posting in Google groups
    history, it is pretty clear he either is a very poor technician, or too lazy
    to do any kind of minimal troubleshooting before asking for help.

    For example this posting, he did not even check to see if the a/v jacks were
    working. I'm thinking get real, might be someone who has no experience or
    is trying to run a tv hack shop out of a garage.

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