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Sound fine with HDMI input and DVD input. No sound with TV input. Mute is not engaged on either TV or Cable remote. Solutions anyone? Thanks

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Unplug the tv about an hour,replug it back in,now ur tv it resetting it back to factory setting.Go into the tv menu,go into the AUDIO setting.Go down to reset,press it,now ur Tuner board it resetting,the sound should come back an work now.Not then ur Tuner board it defective,must be replaced.

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