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Sound I am receiving no sound from my system

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  • dawnabela Jan 22, 2008

    my receiver has a message auto protect and i get no sound how do i remove this message so i can get sound



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My sony receiver has a message auto protect so i get no sound how do i remove the message and get sound

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