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External DVD won't play - no manual available anywhere

We turned the TV to channel 3, got a blue screen, but the DVD wouldn't play. Don't have the manual, so don't know what we're doing wrong.

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  • rubicon58694 Feb 17, 2009

    I've connected the video and audio rca plugs to the back of the dvd player and tv and all I get is a static screen. I know the dvd player works and all I find in the menu screen for the tv is cable/air imput. Are the rca imputs only on aux and if so where is aux?

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The tv has a set of imputs for audio and video ,there is a posibility your dvd is not working right,you can also try a vcr by using the rca audio and video outputs of the vcr to the rca audio and video imputs of the tv,that will tell you if the dvd is not working ,the tv should have a switch selector for video and antena or have a channel below 1 called aux.

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Be sure to vote/rate me if this helped Thanks!

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