I either have a toshiba cn36g95 or a toshiba cn36g97 and it was hooked up to a receiver with surround sound and all you could possibly hook up to a home theater system. I recently got a new tv and took everything off of the tv. All it has is a dvd player connected to it and i am getting no sound. I have done everything I know. Please help.....How do I reset everything? What do I need to try to make it work?
Just be basic....dvd is ouput goto tv input...watch the color yellow to yellow ,red to red etc, got tv ,look for audio output to anything input to home theatter etc.if u hook in to aux set home theater to aux etc,
input to output and output to input ok? hope i help u..
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Absolutely! To provide a better solution to your problem, however, you will need to provide model numbers of your TV and surround sound system. Depending on the available hookups and your hardware, you may need a received to make everything compatible.
Bad components in the horizontial/vertical output. High voltage (flyback), even a bad relay or weak component. These 'steady' failures are often thermal problems as some components fail, they work when cold, turn them on, they heat up, they fail, they cool off, they work. You can pinpoint with some cold spray. When it fails hit the chip or component you suspect with the spray, if it comes right back. Thats your circuit.