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Hooking up a dvd player

Followed directions and only get sound , no picture
we have tried 2 different players with the some results

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Hi, either you have the yellow (video) cable in the wrong place on the back of the tv or your not switching the tv to video input 1,or 2 etc. check that your cables are coming from video and audio OUT of the dvd player to video IN on the back of your tv. Be advised there are video IN`s and video OUTS on the back of your tv, you must attatch to video input 1,or 3, 4 etc.and then go to the front of the tv and push the input or source button on your remote until you see the dvd which should already be playing so you`ll see it if you go bye that input, gl, video-tek

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