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Volume control for new tv

Switched tv and lost vol. control. Have a comcast digital cable box that is connected to tv. Moved out tv to family room and replaced it with JVC tv that we reconnected to the cable box. when we use the remote for the cable box we have everything controled as b4 on the old tv except the remote won't control the volume. we need to use the remote that came with new tv?

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