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I have a Yamaha HTR 6090 that I have had for s couple of years now. All of my video and audio sources go through this. My problem is related to the sound portion of the signal from my cable box. Until this evening, the only thing that I had ever experienced that might be considered a problem was the loss of the audio when turning the equipment on. I could always previously et the audio to come online by just changing channels on the cable box. This evening the audio portion of the signal from the cable box won't come on at all. The video portion of the signal comes through just fine. Audio works just fine from other audio sources. I have run through all of the cable connections to make sure that something wasn't wrong there. I'm fresh out of good ideas, so I'm hoping for a bit of help. Thanks, Mark

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Sounds like a Cable Box issue to me. Call them up. Or check its settings for audio. Try analog audio to see if it has that.

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