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Problem hooking tv to stereo

I have a zenith z50p3 plasma tv that i am trying to hook to my stereo. i have the audio cable(red/white) connected to the aux on the stereo and audio cable (red/white) connected to audio on tv but nothing happpens. what am i doing wrong

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Lwsmith91 you need to make sure that there is only one audio output on your stereo. if more than one try plugging it in to both outputs. also make sure that you do not hear any sound when you plug it in or its the wrong one. on the back of your tv make sure you dont have them plugged in to an HD input or output for that matter

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