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Speakers are turned off for surround sound input. My system is broken so I need to turn the tv speakers back on. Manual isn't clear

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After I reset the system, the Audio menu gave me access to the TV speakers that had been turned off. I turned them on and had to wire audio cabes from my sat box to the component audio in on the TV.

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