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This is in reference to the TV link for the psp. the audio cables are easy and self explanitory but I would like to know How I would plug in the red blue and green cables, which colors would connect to the red white and yellow inputs on my tv

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Good Day, kk;
It means that your TV link and TV are not compatible.
Sorry, big IRISH.

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