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The receiver, tv and cable are all on but there is no sound. the cable company has checked everything on their end and say the problem is not with the cable. Our sound is run through the receiver. I use 2 different remotes. one is the cable remote that operates everything but the sound. the receiver remote is used only for the sound. can you help me please?

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Unplug the TV and the receiver from the wall for 40MIN, if you have your TV hooked to it, they, will reset the processor back to normal and clear them out, and everything should work OK.

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  3. Disconnect the cable, blow both ends out, reconnect, and see if the cable was partially disconnected or has dust or lint interfering with the connections.
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I have Dish Sattelite. The screen on my JVC digital tv says digital strength is low. Do I call Dish? or ?


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If you have Sky TV, then check if you have sat signal, check box and cables.
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I had the same problem. Do you have a cable box for digital TV? do you have a remote from the cable company? that is programmed to control the TV? get the cable company to unlock the sound control from it (a 3 number code) put your sound up to maximum if you can if you hear faint sound repeat above you should be able to hear the tv then then go to the sound settings and adjust as needed get the cable company to check the box in cas it has been zapped by lighting good luck

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