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No Sound Cable into cable in on recorder, cable out to tv in. No sound when I turn on DVR or record program. Sound does work when I use av cables from DVR to t.v. and play comercially recorded dvd. Also in using the cable alone I can not get DVR home menu to show up. I unhooked my old vcr adn followed the same hook up procedure but it doesn't seem to work.

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  • dflisw Jan 22, 2009

    Hi Mohammed,



    Thanks. Same cables work OK with the vcr? I am wondering if S-Video cable will correct the problem.

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