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Old 7th February 2014, 22:05   #1
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Hi,

I am considering installing a free view box to my high line but wanted to check something first! If I select TV now I get the fuzzy old analogue picture with 'mute' displayed in green writing on the screen. Turning the volume up has no effect. Will the sound work when the Freeview is installed or is there a problem with the TV and sound?

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Old 7th February 2014, 22:08   #2
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I could be wrong but i'm sure ours would mute the sound so you didn't get deafened by static and would come on only when it got a signal.
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many thanks for your reply, that might explain things . Just noticed that it still says mute on the AV channel. Suppose only way is to buy a free view kit and fit!
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many thanks for your reply, that might explain things . Just noticed that it still says mute on the AV channel. Suppose only way is to buy a free view kit and fit!
Let me know how you get on, it's a job I've been considering doing
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Hello!

I also have green mute on the TV screen and nothing happening when trying to turn the volume up.

Have video signal on AV but still there is no sound, green mute!

Any update?
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Hello!

I also have green mute on the TV screen and nothing happening when trying to turn the volume up.

Have video signal on AV but still there is no sound, green mute!

Any update?
You are replying to a thread that is EIGHT YEARS old !!!!!!
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