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I have lost the manual. How do I connect the DVD

Someone pulled out the jacks on the back of the TV. I don't know which sockets in which to put them back as I have lost the manual with the diagram of the back of the set.

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The red and white jacks are your left and right audio channels, and the yellow jack is your picture. On the back of the TV, the jacks should be plugged into the audio/video input jacks. You can download a manual at www.service.us.panasonic.com/operman/

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You can use "HDMI" connections as well but sometimes HDMI creates problem on Audio..


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There you go..Both Tv and DVD sound are on the
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Connecting an Amplifier / DVD Home Theater

TV Rear Panel

1 Audio Cable (Not supplied)

Amplifier/DVD Home Theater

1 Connect Audio Cables between the

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2) connect the yellow, red and white RCA connector end wires to the yellow, red, and white RCA Jacks of the TV Yellow (video in), Red (Right Audio in), White (Left Audio in) do the same for the other end into the DVD player (Best SD Method)

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These are the SD and HD methods.

I would suggest using the HDMI cables only, its the best choice and the simplest.

I hope this helps,

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