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I have connected my rca's for my dvd player to my HANNspree XV plasma tv, but it will not show any picture? i tried putting it on channel 3, 4, etc. and still nothing?? can someone please help?? thanks you!

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Hello corandvic,

On the remote control for the television you should see a button labeled Input. Turn on your DVD player and press the Input button on the TV remote until your picture appears.

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Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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