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Rear speakers dont work

I cant seem to get the speakers behind us to work. We have gone through the speaker set up and done what it says, they work on the test but not when we play a dvd/aux etc.
On the display it only has the L & R speakers lit up....the subwoofer and middle speaker work ok but not the other two.

Ive done the factory reset thingo, they wont work and it still only has the L&R on screen .
My 18month old has been pressing a few buttons......maybe he's done something.
Can anyone help. Please

Vicki
PS My hubby assures me everything is plugged in correctly.

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CHECK THE DVD PLAYER SETUP AND THE RECIEVER SETUP,,IF YOUR USING RCA JACKS ,,THEY WANT WORK,,,OPTICAL CABLE OUT ,,I WOOD USE THAT ITS THE BEST

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