Question about Televison & Video
I have a GE TV Model 27GT618. I hooked a VCR - DVD to it but can't get the VCR-DVD to play. I think I have it hooked up right. I have an old GE and can't view dvd or games. Does the tv need to be on a specific channel?
It sounds like you need to purchase a converter box from a place like Radio Shack. This box converts the signal so that your televison understands. I think this box is around $20.00. Just call Radio Shack our a place like walmart and tell them what is going on and they will fix you up. Then you can use channels 3 or 4. I hope this helps!
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