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I am trying to set the dvd player up and can't figure where the red white and yellow plugs go. i have dishnet also is there a diagram somewhere that i could look at?

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At the back of the dvd player u will find all three colours with the appropriate labeling (red for audio out right, white for audio out left and yellow for video out) the other ends of the cable plugs to the tv audio/video input match colours

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