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Toshiba TV: No sound on some channels

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by hugh, Oct 13, 2007.

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  1. hugh

    hugh Guest

    I have a 2 year old Toshiba MD13Q41 or MD20Q41 TV with DVD player that
    has little or no sound on some channels and perfect sound on others.
    Picture is fine on all. Some channels have this problem all the time,
    others never have it, while some have it intermittently. When there
    is little or know sound there is sometimes a faint crackling sound or
    small amount of 60Hz hum.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Lynn

    Lynn Guest

    Yeah. Get rid of cable and get satellite.

    Moron.
     
  3. hugh

    hugh Guest

    It is not connected to either cable or satellite. What now?
     
  4. Paul Feaker

    Paul Feaker Guest

    You do know that the inside of a television is where no beginner should be
    as there are high voltages present.

    You should take a look at this video on television repair, watch it a few
    times and take notes before you open up any television

     
  5. Art

    Art Guest

    Switch off SAP Mode and back to regular Tele.
     
  6. b

    b Guest

    don't waste time watching that clip. posted by a troll, it has
    nothing to do with repair; it is a selection of american teenage
    morons on a destruction trip, a stupid waste of stuff which could have
    been repaired, donated or used for more creative purposes.
     
  7. JANA

    JANA Guest

    The fault is probably in the sound detector section or in the sound IF
    section. The alignment of the detector and or the IF may have drifted
    slightly out because of a component that has become slightly out of specs.

    This is not going to be an easy fault to fix at home. To properly
    troubleshoot this, the process is involved, and will require the proper
    calibration setup.

    --

    JANA
    _____


    I have a 2 year old Toshiba MD13Q41 or MD20Q41 TV with DVD player that
    has little or no sound on some channels and perfect sound on others.
    Picture is fine on all. Some channels have this problem all the time,
    others never have it, while some have it intermittently. When there
    is little or know sound there is sometimes a faint crackling sound or
    small amount of 60Hz hum.

    Any ideas?
     
  8. Paul Feaker

    Paul Feaker Guest

    Who the **** you calling a troll asswipe? Everybody knows that I post
    more useful information that your sorry ass does.
     
  9. b

    b Guest

    ermmm...YOU, troll. A 3-post-wonder ; and all bullshit, just for a
    change!
    ROFL. A troll with delusions too, how quaint,
    Don't know who is the saddest, him for posting or me for
    responding....
     
  10. Paul Feaker

    Paul Feaker Guest

    You are and will be even more, after receives what
    will be your last post on this newsgroup.
     
  11. Lynn

    Lynn Guest

    I ALSO SENT IN MY ABUSE COMPLANT JUST BECAUSE THE POSTER IS A FUCKING
    FAGGOT.
     
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