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Audio not coming out input 3 in

Well I have a pc connected to my tv. It is connected to hdmi port 3, and I am running the audio from my audio card headphone jack to my tv's input 3 audio in. I'm still not getting any sound. If I plug headphones into the same computer headphone jack I get sound. ????????

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Input to the tv is incorrect select av3 0r what ever the front jack is marked on you tv. good luck farr64

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