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Speakers work only on DVD

Static when watching TV.. speakers work when watching a DVD movie, but not the previews of the movie on the DVD. I have checked the connections and replaced the batteries in the remote. Can you help me.

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You might have connected your TV/Stereo Receiver up to the wrong audio outputs of the DVD player. Make sure you are coming out of the FRONT left/right audio outputs and not the CENTER?REAR left/right audio outputs. 

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