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Why do I have to go all the way through my tv hookup (HDMI 1,HDMI2 etc)to get sound. I just hooked up to directv and it used to work fine.

When I turn the tv on it tells me to use audio3 connection for DVI

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Sounds like the TV do not save the LPM (Last Position Memory). Contact the authorized service centre. If the main system control memory IC has any fault, this might happen. Electro help

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