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Help with VSX-D812

Had power surge which apparently reset my receiver. Now I cannot get sound on the DVD (can hear DVD sound when I press CD but no picture on TV). Must have to do with selecting correct input but I cannot figure it out.

Thanks much.

Bob

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Yep need to go back to the pioneer remote and go into set up and re do your input assignments!

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