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I have no sound :(

I usually watch my movies with the home theater system on aux 1, and its no longer producing sound, i've tried getting sound from using the radio and disc, but nothing is working. I've tried buying new cables thinking maybe it was that, but no, that wasn'.t it

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If the (internal) radio doesn't produce sound it's not signal cables. What cables were you exchanging?

This sounds like a basic NO SOUND problem.

How does it fare when you run speaker setup?

How about the MUTE button?????

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"You cannot get surround sound from your television. On the other hand, if your television has audio output jacks you can connect your TV or Set Top Box to your Home Theater System and get stereo sound (that is, sound from the left and right speakers of your Home Theater System only).
To connect your TV or STB audio output jacks to your Home Theater System and get stereo sound, follow these steps:
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  2. Connect the Audio Out jacks on your TV to the External Audio Input jacks on the back of your Home Theater System. The External Audio Input connectors are typically labeled AUX IN. Note: There are usually two pairs of Audio Input jacks, AUX 1 and AUX 2. Each pair has a jack for the left audio input and the right audio input. Often, there are two Video AUX IN jacks as well. You can plug the audio cables into either audio AUX 1 or AUX 2. See the following diagram.
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  1. Turn on your TV and Home Theater System.
  2. Press the Function Button on the front panel of your Home Theater System until the display on your Home Theater System shows AUX 1 or AUX 2.
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