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Installing gamebox to work on my TV

I need to install my granddaughter's gamebox to my TV but I don't know how. There are 3 colored plugs (red, white & yellow on the game box and 3 input plugs on the TV. We have plugged these in, as well as plugging the gamebox to an electrical outlet. Now what?

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Match the colour of the plugs on the tv and lead then turn on and switch the input channel on the tv until you get it if not you can try to tune it in manually on a normal tv channel

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