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Front Audio Video inputs not working

Trying to use TV as a Karaoke Monitor. Signal works fine on my newer TV, but not when video goes into the front yellow, and the audio in white.Went through all the channels, and nothing on the screen except regular programs. Regular sound, but no Karaoke music. How can I change program to the front A/V Signal?

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What model TV is it?
it may be you need to change the input to video 1 or video 2 to get those front jacks to work. if there is a TV/Video button on the front you should be set. If not you may need the remote control. Sometimes changing the channel to below channel 1 will give you that option.

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