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Installation help Sharp TV 36 IN with RCA jacks in the rear and front. S cable hook up on the rear. Curtis home theatre system DVD 5041 150 WATTS Emerson DVD/VCR combo model # EWD2203 that I want to keep in the system. I have tried to hook this up for about a week now and I am totally lost. If you give me a basic set up I would appreciate it.

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  • Taylork Dec 25, 2007

    Greetings,



    I tried setting up my Curtis DVD 1056A with my RCA TV model number F27442 without success. This type of RCA has the "color" coded slots for easy hook-up with a DVD player, but I am still unable to obtain the DVD's movie onto the TV? Both the TV and the DVD are working. Any ideas? PS. We do have a digital cable hooked to the TV.



    Thanks



    TK

  • mcohen0 Dec 25, 2007

    need asistance to install a 5.1 ch cutis home theater in my own dvd connected to a 42 Plasma TV

  • Felicia Williams
    Felicia Williams Jun 24, 2008

    i have a vcr, direct tv , and i dont know how to hook my curtis home theater system up, my tv is a sharp 36 inch

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Hi daddi....could you please update your post to include the entire specific model number of your TV and I will be better geared to offer you comprehensive steps without errors.

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