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Cable from Camera to TV

Hi there, maybe this is a silly question: where does the three-pronged cable that goes from camera to TV get plugged in camera-side?

I can easily plug the three prongs into the TV but I can't see any kind of opening on the camera that will take the single metal end....???? What am I missing?

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Usually AV connectors are located under cover.
If you provide me exact model of JVC camcorder so I can help you to locate AV connector.

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