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No sound from rt2620 dvd

TV sound and FM ok ,dvd sound through TV ok , but no DVD sound from rt2620...panel left & right stereo lights blinks on/off. Any ideas before i throw it (rt2620) out

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Hey, you will need to reset your coaxial, optical,analog setting back to the analog. Mine did the same thing.

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