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Volume not working

I have a Samsung Plasma TV and a Samsung DVD player. I used to have surround sound so I would turn the volume on from the receiver. I don't have surround sound anymore but now I don't have volume coming out my TV when I use the DVD player.

Can you help??

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  • katherineh Mar 05, 2009

    ok, I will try that, will be asking again if it doesn't work. Can that be the only problem?

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Make sure you have patch cables hooked up from the audio out of the dvd player to audio IN of the Television, using the same named input (Video 1, 2, Fnt, Bck, Aux) that you used for the video in.

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