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No sound only pic

The pic is there but there is no sound while changing the channels. But there is no problem when i hook up dvd through AV jacks? any solution?

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What do you mean exactly when you say 'there is no sound while changing the channels.' is there sound when you turn it to a channel and leave it there???

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