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I have just acquired a Model: RLCVD2480A TV with DVD player. Whenever I put a DVD in the slot at the side of the TV, mirror-side facing me as instructed, nothing happens. I tried pushing the DVD in further, hoping that it would take it, but still nothing happened. I had to pull out the DVD with pliers. The unit is plugged in, and I pressed the source button and then selected DVD. Is there a cord I have forgotten to plug in? What else can I do?

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