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DVP-NS77H will not work

I have tried to hook up the DVD Player directly to the TV using red, white, and yellow connections... these are the connections that came with the product, so why don't they work?

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You need to make sure that you change the input on the TV. It is most likely AUX1 or video input 1. Look on you TV remote for a button that says "input" or "source". Make sure your DVD player is on, press press play, then hit the input or souce button on the remote.

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Please note which product section you are in before posting your question.

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