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I can only get sound when I hook up speakers to the 6 channel option

When I first got the receiver, it flashed mute all the time and could not get any sound. I am now only able to get sound if I hook up things through the 6 channels option. I can not utilized the surround sound options or hook up anything to the jacks at the back for CD, DVD, TV etc.

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You can purchase an RCA universal remote that will let you access the A-V inputs. These only cost about $10.00 or so. Stargazer

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Maybe the audio amplifiers ICs are damaged.

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Need to make sure you have the red,white,and yellow rca connection cables ran from the samsung dvd player to the red,white,yellow input on the back of the dvd recorder. Once you do that make sure you put your dvd recorder on line 1 input. If you look closely on the back of your recorder it should say line 1 input. If your recorder isn't on that input you can put the recorder on line 1 input by using dvd recorder remote and pushing the input button. Make sure you don't push the tv input button the dvd recorder remote there should be a seperate input button or a way to toggle the inputs on the recorder. Once you verify all that turn on your tv and go to the input on your tv that you watch the dvd recorder on and you should see what your recording on the tv.

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Go to the Menu setting, and do a auto channel scan, it will automatically program it to NOT skip 3.

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