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How do i Connect RCA VCR to Dynex 20" 480i tv

Color codes from vcr to tv do not match

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Out puts from vcr to inputs on tv. video out to video in. audio out to audio in.

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Ok yellow is always the video signel! and if you have a stereo vcr there should be yellow/red/white the red/ white are audio left and right! if your vcr is in mono then there will only be a yellow/white just use them and let the other red one hang free because it is not needed...if there are other color codes on your model just remember yellow is always the video(picture) the other are for sound and it does not matter where you plug them in at! If you have a black wire just use it in any audio input (red/white)
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