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Lost sound for DVD player

My dog did a tap dance on the remotes while I dozed on the couch. The result was complete loss of sound. I proceeded to push buttons, because usually I get lucky and stumble on a solution. I have cable and I pushed the "On Demand" button, when I closed it out most of the sound came back. Everything seems to be back except the sound for the DVD player. Can you help me??

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PRESS THE SIGNAL SELECT BUTTON THAT WILL ACTIVATE THE 5.1 SURROUND. IT WILL CHANGE FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL OR DVD/LD TO DVD 5.1.

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