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Audio out problem (magnavox MWD200G)

There are two intputs 1 x video (yellow) and 1 x sound (white) on the philips CCB252AT  TV and three outputs 1 x yellow 1 x red 1 x white on the magnavox MWD200G 
I have picture but no sound 
please help

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  • Anonymous Aug 18, 2008

    I changed the whie and I got the sound back.

    Thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    just trying to figure out why we cant get any sound

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Yellow to yellow that is video and that is ok.
red and white are the audio chanels left and rigt try to change it and your soun will be ok

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