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No sourround sound

I have all the speakers hooked in properly and all of the components working but I can only hear sound out the front three speakers. My back surround speakers will play when in 5 channel stereo mode but no surround sound for movies or in the cinema setting. The TV and all components are hooked in through component cables. What can I do to fix this?

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Read your manual well and double check all your connections,make sure the remote is working, check the battery contacts in it too. If you haven't got a manual, obtain one.

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