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No Audio on Primary Screen

I've confirmed that "mute" is not on, but I am still not getting audio on my TV. However, if I put on the picture-in-picture and switch audio to the secondary/small picture, I do get audio. If I then switch the secondary/small picture to be the primary, the audio is again lost. I'm totally confused! What is the difference between the audio for the primary and secondary pictures? I am assuming that this will help me track down the problem. Thanks!

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HELLO . WELL THE DIFFRENCE BETWEEN THEM IS THAT THEY ARE TUNER'S AND THEY ARE SEPRATE FROM EACH OTHER.!!! JUST LIKE THE VHS TUNER'S YOU HAVE .!!! THERE IS THE PRIMARY WITCH .!!! WOULD BE (A) AND THEN THE SECONDARY WITCH WOULD BE (B) IT SOUND'S LIKE YOU NEED TO REPLACE THE AUDIO BOARD. OR THE (IC'S) ON THE BOARD. IT WOULD BE CHEPER TO DO. IF YOU KNOW HOW.? " WELL "GOOD LUCK"

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