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Cannot fix the sound

I just bought the PIONEER AV RECEIVER VSX-D 412 yesterday, and to day try to set it up.
Connected to my DVD , CD, DVR and the DVD picture shown in my TV, but no sound either. Whats problem ?
I need assistance please.
Thank you.

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Take it back this receiver is out dated by at least 5 years (mine is over 5 years old) Purchase a newer one......

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