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Mitsubishi ws-65807 audio problem

Help, the kids played with the remote and I cannot get sound from the cable channels. Sound from the Nintendo Wii works fine, so it seem so to be an issue with a setting. I searched through the audio settings but can find one the fixes the issue and I also tried the troubleshooting tips at the back of the owner's manual (e.g. checking the mute button, the SAP setting, and the TV speakers setting).

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First make sure that the audio cables for the cable box are plugged in. Second look on the front of the cable box and try to change the volume on the cable box itself most likley the volume on the cable box itself has been turned down.

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