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I have just bought a DVD Video Player No DVP3120 from Tesco it only had the power lead attached,should there have been a scart lead included. Hope you can help. Thankyou. B. F.Oxley

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Problem sorted found out they do not include scart leads,which i think a bit bizzare had i bought it for a xmas present it would not hve worked !

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