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No sound out of receiver

I am unable to get sound out of my kenwood vr7080 receiver. I have all the speakers wired up correctly and do not have it on mute. I have it connected to the right zone and I have turned to volume all the way up and down. I have reset the receiver per instruction manual and still nothing is heard. I have gone through all connected components that are on like dvd, video1, video2, video3 with no sound.

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I make sure the a botton and b button was press and still no sound what else can it be

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Check to see if Speaker A (Under the Power Button) is pressed, if Speaker A is selected, the icon will illuminate in the Display panel. Try Speaker B if this should not be the case. Generally, the Speaker A setting will supply power to all connections from the internal amplifier. Speaker B will supply frequency signals to a preamp or minimal power to an aux. room.

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