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I have a perfect picture, but no sound. If I place a VCR tape in the VCR it plays perfectly- picture and sound. I have tried the mute button but there is no difference. I have unplugged the T.V. for thirthy minutes and then re started to no avail. It is on satellite, so I tuned my econd T.V. to the same channel and it has perfect picture and sound. Suggesstions please?

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I can only suggest you check your audio feeds from your VCR to your TV or to your home theater system tuner(if you have one)

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