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The solution was in the cable box from Cox Cable not the TV. Apparently the cable company is experiencing muting problems with their system and was able to correct our problem from their site.

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We still have no sound and have not heard from your expert even after paying for the premium solution thru paypal. Does anybody actually read these emails or are these just automated responses by your computer?

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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