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Ilo Television I have hooked up the VCR and Cable but can't get the DVD to work. The DVD is a samsung. I tried the yellow white and red cord from the DVD to the front of the ILO television; didn't work then I tried to hook it into the back didn't work as well. Then I thought the channel may not be right so I went to the menu and tried to select a different channel and this didn't work. Any suggestions

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Check to see if your wires are not broken.but let me say to you that dvd does not work with channel 3 or 4 on a tv they work with av connection you can activate that from off your remote.try your dvd on another tv if it works then you will have to take tv to a tech for repairs.if it does not work then your problem is your dvd which will needs to be repair.goodluck.

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