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I have a cable running from my set top box to another tv. Although i have a good picture there is not enough volume on the sound. It has worked perfectly well until I had to dismantle everything . I have a video recorder and a DVD attached. they are both working perfectly well.

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This is not how you explain your problems to others. It should be precise. In this case, you could have said that you connected the cable between the RF out put of set-top box and RF input TV. Or Audio/video output of set-top box to Audio/video input of the TV. Also you did not mention, to which port you had connected the Vedeo recorder and DVD which are working good. Now, it may the volume level of the set-top box at low level which you can try to increase by using the remote control

If you could not sort out the problem explain how you had 'dismantled everything'

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