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No sound,volume bar works

I have a dvd/vcr combi tv,while I was setting the sleep timer the sound went away and can not get it back since,the dvd and vcr work but they have no sound.Any ideas?Thank you

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Sounds like it may be something you did. Have you checked to see if you accidentally put the sound on mute? Try hitting the mute button on the remote control. Also, if the TV has the option to turn of internal speakers (which you would likely find in the menu under audio settings if it does) make sure they are turned on. If these checks fail then we have an electronic problem to deal with.

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