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If you are using Coponet Cables from a Cable box or Satillite, make sure the blue connection is good and not backed off it's connector at both pieces of equipment. If it has a good connection at both pieces of eqipment I would
suspect the Optical block being faulty.
Let's pray for the loose cable connection.
Hope this helps,
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