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AV Jacks.... There are three AV Jacks on the back of the television (2red, yellow, white/1 green red white) and on e on the side...My cable box is plugged into one on the back and it works fine (AV1). But I can't get my dvd player to work using any of the others on the back???? AV2 seems to be the jack on the side and that is also working fine - I have my Wii hooked up to it. What am I doing wrong with the other two on the back???

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Hi! Try connecting the wires to the same colour jacks and also chekc for AV button on the remote which is sue to switch the TV between AV 1 or AV 2 mode.

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