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The best way to connect a fujitsu PDS4233 42" plasma display screen without HD built in to a AWA DP602 5.1 DVD player .

What cables do I need and what coniguration is best i.e. what ports do I plug the cables in on both . I can not get the channels to come up but can watch DVD's. I have tried changing the plugs around but can't seem to get the two units co ordinated. please help it is rustrating me to the max

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Sat/calbe coax from wall into box. hdmi(best) or component out from box to tv. change all settings (box and tv) to hdmi or not hdmi then select the correct input same with dvd hdmi again best cable no need for audio cables as well

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