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No sound on DVD mode

When we play a dvd - no sound comes out. If we put it on CD mode - we get the music but no audio. We have had problems from day 1 with this. How do I fix this problem. I am NOT an expert and will need very specific step by step instructions.

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  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    I just got a SA-XR25. It seems to be stuck on DolbyPLII. I can't switch it to any other surround mode.

  • Anonymous May 13, 2009

    NO SOUND ON DVD MODE

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Make sure when you select DVD mode that it's not set to "6 ch". (The display will say "DVD 6CH") If you are in the 6CH mode, Use the remote to switch out of this mode by hitting the DVD button again. Hope this helps.

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