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Do I need to tune my tv to watch a dvd? I have connected my dvd player to my tv (I don't have an ariel, I simply want to watch dvds) do I have to tune my tv and if so, how do I do this?

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  • theresa53 May 16, 2009

    I thought I had connected it properly but can only see the picture in black and white and I have no sound

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No, you do not need to tune your tv to watch dvds....simply connect your player to the tv with the help of the audio video cable that must have come along with the player....once switched on just press the tv/av button on your tv remote...you should be able to see the input from your dvd player...

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No, the dvd player is totally separate. you will not need to tune your TV, just plug the DVD player in via a scart or an HD socket, and run through your channels till you find which one it is on :)

Posted on May 16, 2009

  • gogo22 May 16, 2009

    if its connected my scart, try pushing the scart cable in more, it can be a pain and it can also slip out easily if the dvd player is moved 

  • gogo22 May 16, 2009

    Also try going to a different channel, like EXT 1 , EXT 2 , AV, SVHS 2 , most likely this 

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