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Released in September 2010, the Roku XD is the first generation of Roku’s video streaming set-top-box. The Roku XD is identified by model number 2050X.

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Why won't my Roku play sound?

The Roku has power and displays video, but there is no audio.

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I had this problem too. Turned out the jack where the head phones go was dirty. Pulled out most the cotton from a q tip, stuck it in the hole, fixed instantly.

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None of this works

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All of the solutions that I've looked at don't work so I think we should all team up and sue Roku manufacturing

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It was designed to not be compatible with certain TV's etc

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Try going to settings->system->system restart->restart. Worked for me.

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No sound to your video? We've got you covered. While we aren't trying to insult your intelligence, make sure that the volume isn't turned down too low and that the mute function isn't activated. If this didn't solve the problem, you can consult the Roku XD troubleshooting page for more possible solutions.

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Anybody know where i could repair The hdmi outlet on a roku

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If the HDMI port is malfunctioning, you will need to replace it. The instructions for doing so should be similar to other port replacements in this guide.

Try this one:

Roku XD 2050X Ethernet Port Replacement

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Ceasar Jaramillo - For future reference you posted a Question in the place where only Answers belong. Please use the add comment link on the O.Q. or for a faster response to your different problem create your own original Question

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If you can see video on device, but not hear any audio, first make be sure that the audio cables are properly connected to both your Roku player and your TV or AV receiver. Also check to see that the volume on your TV or AV receiver is at an audible level and that your receiver (if you're using one) is set to the correct input. If audio issues only happen when you’re trying to play content marked as 5.1 surround sound , it is likely that your TV or AV receiver does not support Dolby Digital. In this case, switch the audio mode on your Roku back to "Stereo.” From the Roku home screen, select settings > audio mode then do audio mode to stereo mode to play the audio on your device. If still not solve the issue, call on customer care number to solve the problem

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