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Hi, We just got a Pioneer VSX-517 and have been trying to hook it up. We have everything working except whichever electronic (VCR)is hooked up to this particular jack we get no sound from it. We have connected the VCR to different jacks and it works. So it seems that the jack is not working or we should be using a different set of jacks. Please help! Thank you so much..

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Thanks I got it working.

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