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Correct cords i'm trying to hook this VHS player to my little old tv and i don't know if i have the right cords or if it needs more than the one red/white/yellow cord that i have. Halp?

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Does your TV have connections (RCA plugs) on the back somewhere? If not, you need an antenna connection from the screw-on connection on the back of the VHS unit to an adapter to your VHF antenna screws on the TV unless your TV is new enough to have a screw-on type cable for the antenna connection. The tape player will broadcast a signal right into your TV over channel 3or 4! Check a TV sales department or Radio Shack for the parts.

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