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1998 Older TV, Dish Network and DVD Player I can't set up

My TV doesn't have the RCA cable plug ins in the back. How can I set up my DVD player with this older TV while on Dish network?

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Try getting an rf modulator, they are about 20 bucks at walmart, i had to do that for my dad, his tv had the hookups but it still wouldn't work. try that you might be able to hook up the dvd, tv, and dish network plugs all in one.

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