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No audio on one channel

I have no audio on a single HD channel with the cable card but it's there when we put a HD box on it. The analog channel has audio as well as the standard def digital channel. We tried a new cable card, same problem.

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I've seen simmilar problems with the toshiba cable card compatability.. however we could never solve (replacing all parts,etc). It is either the tuner of the television malfunctioning at a very specific frequency, a very specific interference, or a programming/software issue between toshiba and cable provider. The first is repairable with parts, the second two are not good. With either you'd have to keep complaining to the manufacturer and cable company, both of which will likely get you now where. They make more $ on that cable box..

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