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The volume will not work. i have tried everything, the mute is not on, the audio button has been tried. the tv works fine but when the dvd is loaded, the sound disappears.

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Hi sir
the problem can be in he dvd software as it may be the cause or please check the wires it may be very old which may hamper.
thanks

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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