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No sound Kids played Wii on the tv, now there is no sound with the televsion. DVD's have sound, and the receiver plays from the radio, etc. What could they have touched? Thanks.

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Re: No sound

I suppose you have a surround sound system that is now not functioning? They must have disconnected your audio out cables from your television to your surround sound system. Make sure your main audio out channel on your television is connected to AV1 in on your surround sound system. It is probably an RCA cable (red and white). Then when you play your TV, make sure the audio is set on AV1 for your surround sound system by pressing the function button until AV1 is on the display. Let me know if this helps.

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