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NO volume Not sure if correct input sourse, S Video is how it is hooked up.. Vol worked yesterday, and currently works with dvd. A setting may have been changed in the menu. Have picture but not volume

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  • Bookcase323 May 11, 2010

    How are the cords plugged in? Are you only using s video? Do you have a cable box?

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Often people make the mistake of hooking their devices to the tv using more than one input.  a cable box for example may have many different types of outputs but you are only going to use one to the tv (preferrably the highest quality connection). try switching the inputs on the tv to see if you get the same picture on two different inputs.   If using s-video, you will also need a red & white RCA cable for audio.  The order of video cable quality from lowest to highest is this: Coax(screw on), Composite(yellow,red,white), S-video(Round)+(red,white), Component(video=red,green,blue), HDMI(carries HD video & sound)

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