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Need instrutions for this model.

How many set of wires came with this model?

I switch TV's, now it flicker on the blue screeen, the counter count down but does not show the movie, it's loud also.

There are two red hole's for the wire, where does the color wire's goes.

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Hi,
Please hook your dvd player and tv as follows...
Find Yellow color pin as Video Out, Red and White pins for Audio Out (right and left channels) and same goes to rear input-1 or input-2 what ever is available in your TV. watch out color of pins, same color in both units should be hooked up.
Now play dvd player and select input in tv and enjoy.
Still needs help, please mention model and brand of DVD Player and TV to guide you in better way.

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