Question about Sony DVD/VCR Progressive Player
The player has been hooked up for almost five years.I went to watch a movie and had no sound. It worked the day before
Have you insured the cables are still securely socketed? My TV is in a cabinet with a pull-out shelf and over time they cables can come loose.
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If the cables are securely fastened and you've not altered any settings on the TV or DVD player then it would be reasonable to assume it's just dying. I would connect it to another TV set or another set of connections on the same TV before I wrote it off.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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