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No audio on components

Antenna 1&2 (Direct TV & Cable) work well. I have no audio from the other inputs. My DVD shows excellent video but has no audio no matter which inputs that I try. The DVD player works on other TV sets. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Re: no audio on components

Make sure your audio cable is not broke. Try another one to make sure.

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