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I have my digital cable box, Sears series LXI VHS/VCR, and a DVD player all intertwined and hooked to my very old big wood box TV that sits on the floor. When you play a movie it shows up fine but there is NO volume. I have unplugged and replugged. I have messed with every button and with volume controls. I dont have young children so there is nothing in it besides the tape!!!! And it was working the last time I used it. It still has a lot of life left I would hate to trash it. Any suggestions???

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Try cleaning it audio head maybe dirty

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

  • Aaron Tonning Jun 26, 2009

    get a good vcr cleaning tape one that uses alcohol not the dry kind run several times and let dry then try!!!!Good Luck to you!!!!!

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