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Lost sound on dav3102 system

Lost all audio (tv, built in stereo, dvd). Tried different speakers to no avail

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Unable to properly connect the DVR with our specific A/V system. Request a current/new manual for this device (RCA DRC8030N) since we lost our original owner's manual. Would like to connect the TV with...


George-
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