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Tv hook up!?

Hey yesterday i bought a cable that has the red, white, and yellow hook ups on both ends so i could hook my tv up into my big stereo for killer sound. But i hooked it from the back of the tv to the tv in hook ups on my reciever and it wont send any sound to my reciever. can someone please help im not the best with this stuff. thanks

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First you must be on the audio outs in back of tv set. then you must go into menu, if not already and change audio to varible output, or external speakers or just what ever yours say in menu. then you must turn receiver to the right inputs to get sound. Hope this helps.

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