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No sound from tv

Just purchase will not get a sound nor picture on the hdmi tv recently purchased. Please advice how to get the quality sound that should be there.

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Look for a hdmi input via the menu/ video /source button on the remote.[different manufactuers list them differently] if you have multiple input selections on the display,scroll thru each one,wait 2or3 seconds between each input and see if your picture comes on.also check the hdmi connection
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