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Need to know what channel my TV needs to be on to watch DVD/VCR

I want to know what channel my RCA TV has to be on to watch my DVD/VCR combo

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The channel you use depends on how you have the vcr/dvd player wired to it. If you used a co-axial wire, then your tv should be on channel 3. If you used RCA wires, then you will have a button, either on the front of the tv, on the remote, or both that says "input" or "source". Pressing this will change the TV to the rca connectors. Try this and let me know if it helps :)

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