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Cant play My ipod on my Samsung TV

Hi there I have a 42" rear projection Samsung TV but when I conect my ipod via phono jacks to it no sound comes out also it has external 4 at the side but only goes to external 3 when selecting the Av's.

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Tried that no joy

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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Not detecting the side inputs?....try plugging the ipod into the audio input 1 and select video 1 on the input...if you hear sound...your ok

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