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RCA TV to DVD Player

I recently lost the cable that connects my TV to DVD player. I purchased a Zenith replacement but there is no sound. I have rechecked to make sure that the colors are in their correct conectors. What should I do next?

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Norm, I am assuming you are using component cables. Check to make sure you have the lines ran into the TV in ports e.g. Video1, HDMI1, HDMI3. Also check to make sure the system is not on MUTE or that the internal speakers on the TV are not turned off. If that fails and all was well before the new set of cables try another set.

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