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No sound The picture is fine with the cable and the VCR plays but no sound. I get a low rushing noise when i turn the volume way up but nothing that goes with the screen. I checked and made sure the speakers are on in the menu and still nothing

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Check the amplifier section inside.. i think you have abnormal parts inside like small capacitors or change value.

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