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Dvd/vcr combo hookup

I am getting the background audio, but not the main script. What did I do wrong?

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Your audio video cable is probably plug into the wrong places the way that it goes is this with the dvd player on the right hand side you will see video the yellow cord is supposed to be up at the top where it is color coded at the bottom on the left hand side you will see audio for the left it is white the right hand side it is red for the television it is audio for this you put the red, and white cable at the bottom on the left hand side for the video it is just the yellow cable it is supposed to have three cables in a row at the bottom of the television

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

  • kimberly puddicombe Aug 09, 2007

    also with the dvd player whatever you put in the audio section it will have left and right this means for the speakers it should match whatevre you have at the television

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