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Cannot get DVD to Play on TV

I have a new JSI DVD Home Theater System and it requires only a RCA cable to the TV. I cannot get the DVD to play on the tv screen. I use to have a normal video cable going from my old dvd/vhs system and that just popped up on my tv when we turned it on. I have satellite on this tv which is programmed on Channel 3. I also had my old dvd/vhs programmed on channel 3 as well with no problem. I do not have the original remote for this TV, we use the satellite universal remote to program everything. I have gone in through the TV's menu and changed the DVD for video input, tried to change the channel to 3 and 4. Nothing works. It is like the TV does not know where to look for the video input. Unfortunately, this new DVD system does not have a cable connect like my last dvd/vhs system. I have also tried the s-video cable with no luck...even when I change to s-video on the TV's menu. Any suggestions, I am now without the use of DVD and my children are frantic!! :((((( Thanks for all of your help

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The 00 action totally worked for me! Thanks guys!

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Channel 91 worked for me. Thanks.

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Re: Cannot get DVD to Play on TV

Try the old RCA/GE channels of 90/91 or 92 to get to the inputs. Or try entering channel 00. Let me know if that works.

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