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Not getting digital sound from dbs or dvd

I have the appropriate cables connected (optical for my motorola dvr box, and the digital coax for my dvd player). I have the dvr connected to the dbs in on my receiver with component cables. I have my dvd player connected to the dvr/dvd in on my receiver with component cables as well. When i first hooked everything up, i was getting the digital sound, but no video. I am now able to get the video after i switched what inputs were coming in on the appropriate channels, but I can not get the digital sound signal. Is this automatically picked up by the receiver when something if connected? Like i said, when it was first hooked up my display said digital for the sound on the receiver, but then i had to struggle with getting the video to show. What can i try in order to get this to work? Thanks in advance for any help someone might be able to give me.

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Try all the possibilitys of connecting cables between the outputs & inputs exept the ones that r allready working maybe theres a wrong connection inside the reciver windman

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