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Vcr/dvr wont record sound

Just got this: toshiba 610 dvr/vcr andd recorded a game on tv but it has no sound, also i dont have sound to the tv unless i turn the dvr/vcr on. what would be my problem? i also have an sony amplifier receiver that it runs through. any help i would love

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