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If you are using a scart lead then you need to set your t.v. to AV or EXT. Plug your dvd in, turn it on and using your tv controls, press av or ext until it picks up your dvd. Sometimes you may only need to press the av/ext button once sometimes 2 or three times, depending how many outlets you have on your tv and which one you have you dvd plugged into.

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