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Tv built-in dvd player wont play thru surround sound

My built-dvd player wont play thru my surround sound system. I've tried connecting component cables from tv to receiver. Also I tried connecting regular av cables from receiver to tv. I used the dtv and dvd slots on the receiver to connect using av cables. Am I missing something.

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Use your t/v audio out with RCA cables to your reciever input like(vcr in, dvd in, dtv in)

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