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Installing Samsung HT-Z510 wireless speakers

Trying to solve two problems - 1) cannot get wireless base to link to the receiver. Tried every sequence in instructions. 2) Only get home theater sound when playing DVDs. Using the composite connection between TV and receiver.

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I was able to solve the wireless speaker problem through unplugging all of the units and starting over. I need to have the signal go from the satelite box to the recioever then the TV in order to get home theater to work.

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