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Reading rca cables

I recently changed the hookup on my tv/cable box and vcr/dvd from co-axel to rca cables. I cannot get the vcr/dvd to read the rca cables. How do I get it to read them. It worked fine with the co-axel cables but would not play through my cable box.

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Hi!

There is obviously a lot of background that is missing form your question, most specifically the kinds of equipment that you are using and the exact way that you have wired the components. However, I can tell you that a common problem when changing the "source" for DVD/VCR units is to also change the source settings inside the unit, which are usually accessed through the setup utility, which is usually in the menu of the DVD/VCR. To access the menu, you may have to have the coax cables hooked up, just until you change the settings to the RCA (component) cables.

Good luck, and let me know if this helps!
Bob

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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