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I am trying to hook my TV up to the dvd/vcr player

I need to connect the red and white cords to both of the systems but no matter where i put them there is no picture but there is audio

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  • johnmcconehe Feb 27, 2009

    yes a little

  • johnmcconehe Feb 27, 2009

    thank you so much it worked i am going to come to fixya for all of my electronic and other problems from now on

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The red one is for Video try to put it the "video put" of dvd
and then on the "video in" of the TV

do the same with the white one but this time for audio out and audio in

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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    Varun Kumar Mar 01, 2009

    thank you.........
    and please do come whenever you have a problem


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