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No sound on movie

The dvd plays but there is no sound and it isnt set on mute either. checked the input and output cables and they are colo-coded so they are connnected the right way.

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What are you connecting the sound to the tv with? 

Be aware that a component cable only carries video
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cables that carry sound include scart
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phono
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and optical
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If this is correctly connected then check in your DVD player menu for sound output, some DVD players wont auto-detect what type of sound cable you are using and you may have to set it to the type of output you are using.

Good luck.

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