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Sound but no video

I have sound and the dvd is playing, but i have no picture. i have the red and white plugs hooked up to the audio out but the yellow video plug isnt working. i tried the 2 options for video out ( one says "rec" and the other says "mon" ) there is also a digital out that says coaxial. that also didnt work. do i need a differant or additional wire?

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Run your yellow cable from the DVD player directly to the TV in the port connected to the red/white cables. If this is already done or doesnt, work, let me know

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