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Sound won't turn down

I just plugged my Toshiba TV up with an HD receiver. When I plug in the audio cables too, the sound gets extremely loud. Even if the tv volume is at zero, it still is very loud. I can't figure out a way to turn it down. The picture is great but the sound is overbearing. When I try to turn down the receiver's volume, nothing happens either. What am I doing wrong?

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Change out your audio cables ,if this does not work some where you are missing ground.or its not connected right.ThankYou for using FixYa. Have a Nice Day.

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