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You need to be more specific about your problem.  Have you already programmed your Harmony Remote on the internet?  Does it control all other functions (such as changing channels) on your TV?
Do you have any other components connected (such as a Home Theater Receiver) that might be a source of sound?
Please post more details, and I may be able to help.

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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