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    Turning off sound ????

    This is a discussion on Turning off sound ???? within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; Hi on the new hd format with the mini screen etc, I have turned off the screen but still have ...

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      Turning off sound ????

      Hi on the new hd format with the mini screen etc, I have turned off the screen but still have sound when I browse the menus, I would like to also turn the sound off when browsing as you could on the old format is this posible to do ?
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      Re: Turning off sound ????

      Not possible, unfortunately. Use the 'mute' button instead.
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