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Cannot get card to work with video fed to yellow rca plug

Also no audio comes thru usind the red and whire plugs.The sensitivity on TV on the UHF cannel very low buth VHF channels ok.FM portion ok but no joy from rear video in socket and plug at back..How should I do the setting to get this to work??
Thanks Barnie.

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