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Cannot view channels higher than 10 and cannot get DVD to come on

I do not have a owners manual for my TV. It is connected to Cable however only up to channel 10 is clear. Voices on other channels but no picture. Cannot get my Magnovax DVD to work. When turned on and press play TV continues to play and the DVD does not come on. Do not understand Video 1, 2, & 3 settings. Would like a owner's manual. Thank you

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Re: Cannot view channels higher than 10 and cannot get...

Dear althea, I cannot help you with the first problem, but as for the second, "DVD does not come On" and "Do not understand Video 1, 2, & 3 settings." it is very simple. YourTV has the sockets at the front Marked Video 1, Audio L and audio R, The y are in three colors - Yellow for video, red for audio right and White for Audio Left. Similarly, you have 2 such sets of 3 sockets - they are Video 2 and Video 3. This allows your TV to be connectod to three different Video sources - maybe a VCR, A Video game, and a DVD player. To view the pictures generated by your DVD Player, all you gotts do is connect the supplied AV cord from the rear of the DVD player to the front three sockets in the proper order - Video from DVD to Video of TV, Audio L & R from DVD player to Audio L & R of TV. Now press Video on the TVs remote. Press repeatedly till you get Video 1 displayed on the screen. Then, if you now play your DVD player - make sure there is a disc in it - you will be able to view the picture / movie. Good Luck

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