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Rf modulator I just purchased a rf modulator from best buy and I have it hooked up. The dvd player works fine but I have no sound from my tv. What can I do?

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  • janetthrams May 18, 2008

    I hooked up a dvd player, r-f modulator to my tv... I can play movies but no sound. What is the problem

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Check your RCA cable if in good condition testing guid you can touch the center pin of RCA if audio sound appear if yiu can hear a audio good, then plug your RCA in DVD audio outpu, Check your dvd too in setting if audio setting is on.

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