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Toshiba TV 2939UE have distort sound when used VCR to AV inputs

Sound from TV channel is ok
but sound is distorted when I use AV inputs( all AV inputs are the same) from VCR.Video picture is perfect.

Will TV exoerts please help me?
Kindly let me know if you anyone has circuit diagrams.
My email is tang09200@yahoo.com

Thank you very much,
Tang

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