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I cant plug in my ps2 to my tv!!

Ok so i read all the other tips on this site and it STILL wont work! I have the red, white, and yellow cords plugged into input 3 and then i set my panasonic tv to the right channel and everything but nothing happens. No sound....NOTHING! Everything has power and i even plugged in something different to input 3 and it worked fine. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE help me.....

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    I don't know how to plug in the ps2,i need my brother but he will not help me!

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Soi didnt exactly fix this but basically i figured out that the ps2 is simply too old for that new tv. when i plugged in a newer system it worked just fine so i guess ill just have to deal.

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