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Video works but no sound at all

I do get great video and I can select songs etc. but thera are no sound at all. I have tried with different TV set but still no sounds. Anyone got an idea what to do?

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Yee..check if you connected phono cables and try turn on and off your telly. yellow-this is vision,,,red--right channel,,,white-left channef of your sound...try also in menu options

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