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Pictue but no audio on VHS playback..VHS record to DVD visual/no

Playback of Vhs to tv gives picture but no audio.
Transfering VHS to DVD gives visual but no audio.
Recording camcorder to dvd gives visual but no audio
Playback of apreviously recorded dvd is good for both adio and visual.
model DRC8320n purchased Dec.2008 new.

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Sounds like your audio connections between the DVD/VCR and TV are unplugged, loose, or damaged. Try substituting an audio cable that you know is working correctly. Also, make sure you have everything plugged in to the right ports (output on DVD, input on TV).

If none of that works, you might have a damaged port on your DVD or TV. To check the ports: remove the cable plugged into it, then lightly wiggle it in all directions (do NOT force it to move if it has ANY resistance). If the port moves at all it probably has broken solder points inside the device.

If there is a bad one on the TV you might be able to just plug everything into a different set of input ports, if you have some. If it's on the DVD, you're stuck with either replacing it or getting it repaired (unless you know how to solder, but I doubt that you would).

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Hi

please check the format settings, maybe the audio is not in good settiongs!~

Thanks!

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