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No sound My VCR not recording sound, after recording the picture result is very fine but without sound. Please let me know the exact point of fault.

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And what about those cassetes whiche were recorded earlier? And In pre-recorded cassettes? Do you get sound in those? If yes, Then there is something wrong in your recording set up.

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Check your hookup of audio connections both to and from VCR. does audio input of VCR go to the proper audio out of the TV & audio out of VCR go to the correct audio input jack of TV? Your exact hookup might not be like this, but this is where to start. Some VCRs may also have an audio source switch, so check for this also. If hookup is correct, and all cabling is OK, then an internal problem is possible, and repair of such is doubtful, as most VCRs these days are disposable; repair not recommended.

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