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I hooked it up to my Tv and i cant hear anything'

I hooked it up to my Tv and i can see the picture but theres no sound. why ?

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  • John Morganti May 11, 2010

    Did you connect the red and white audio cables between the DVD and TV?

  • marques collins
    marques collins May 11, 2010

    what model and how many AV switches and ports? for example yellow and white or yellow white and red and what model T.V. i can check schematics for you but i need a lil more info

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Make sure the scart lead is fully in both in tv and dvd

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