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sound suddenly gone from toshiba tv.



 
 
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Old July 18th 03, 10:23 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Sheila
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Default sound suddenly gone from toshiba tv.

Hi,
sound on tv is always ok, then today someone puts a camcorder through tv to
watch whats on camcorder.when Icome to view it, there is no volume on tv
(toshiba) just available through camcorder. we have disconnected camcorder
now, and tv still has no volume. it is digital telewest (in uk) and cannot
get sound either on cable or terrestrial through ariel.



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Old July 19th 03, 01:08 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Martin Angove
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Default sound suddenly gone from toshiba tv.

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"Sheila" wrote:

Hi,
sound on tv is always ok, then today someone puts a camcorder through tv to
watch whats on camcorder.when Icome to view it, there is no volume on tv
(toshiba) just available through camcorder. we have disconnected camcorder
now, and tv still has no volume. it is digital telewest (in uk) and cannot
get sound either on cable or terrestrial through ariel.


Presumably the camcorder was connected into sockets on the television
somehow? I have seen such sockets with internal switches and it is
*just* possible that one of these has stuck, causing the telly to
believe that it still has a camcorder attached. May be worth plugging
and unplugging the relevant leads a few times.

Just a thought...

Hwyl!

M.

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