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Hook up video game or karaoke

I am trying to figure out how to hook up my karaoke machine to the WF20L6. On my other tvs, I just plug it into the yellow jack and set the tv to a "game" setting or Video 1, or Video 2, etc. Does anybody know what I need to do? Thanks so much JustJude

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If there is no video jack on this type of TV then you need an adapter to use the cable jack.

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