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I'm getting a great picture with my converter box, but no sound. I had sound up until the day the earth stood still and they switched over to digital. What could be wrong? Could the sound on the TV have died? I turn the converter box off and hook up the VCR and it gives a good picture but no sound. Wierd. When the screen goes to snow there's no snow sound. Where's my sound?

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  • cburda Jul 30, 2009

    I'll try this and let you know how it goes. Thanks.

  • cburda Sep 08, 2009

    this (I think) and still no sound.

    I connected audio/video cables (red, yellow, white) from the box to the VCR; and another set from the VCR to the TV. I get no picture until I connect the antenna to the box and the box to the antenna port on the TV...then I get a picture, but still no sound.

    I tried running my VCR hooked up to my TV alone, without the box, and still no sound. Is this proof the sound in this TV is dead? If so, is there a fuse that could have blown when the digital went live?

    I hate to give in, but unless you have another pointer or so, I may be forced to buy a new TV.

    Thanks. Looking forward to your response.

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Try hooking up the converter to VCR ,then ,VCR to the TV. that should solve the problem . Note, the VCR dosn't need to be on to watch TV

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