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First make sure your cables are hooked up correctly. they are color coded which helps a great deal. Make sure the red and white cables are hooked up from the DVD (audio out) to the (audio in) on the TV If this does not help, make sure your cablea are good and not broken. If still no sound, I would try cleaning the disc player with a lasor lense cleaner. If this did not fix it, I would get a new player, these are just to cheap to have them fixed.

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