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No external sound

My system does not sound with external sources (Aux, Cable-Sat, VCR and TV)
With Stored Music and CD-DVD player there is no problem.

Please.... help!!!

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  • Anonymous Nov 21, 2007

    no sound at all

  • samikuha Dec 20, 2007

    Yep, same kind of problem. Right side speakers are working but left side is totally silent. This happens with analog RCA inputs. Speakers are working totally fine on Lifestyle sound sources and optical input.

  • arts69 Jan 13, 2009

    I have the same problem I can see the dvd playing but no sound at all neither from the radio or anything at all I did disconnected for to reset but nothing happens still the same

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Try power cycling (unplug power from rear, wait 20 seconds and the power back up). As far as the left side audio problem, confirm you do not have the left analog input (white) plugged into the device digital input which is located below the right (red) input jack. The Left input jack is above the right input jack.

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