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No Audio Out to Stereo Reciever

No sound to stereo through TV audio out.I did notice that if I turn up the volume on the TV I get some volume through the surround speakers however if I mute the TV there is no surround speaker sound again. Havent used this feature since having the set two years. I did just accidently hook up the TV audio out to the reciever pre-amp out and vcr out before noticing the TV audio input jacks. Could I have fried something in the TV? Thanks for any help.

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First have you went in menu and check audio to see if you are on the variable audio or external output? Check to see if this makes a different with audio jack hookedup correctly of course!

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