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RCA G25341TV how do I get RCA plugs to work, nothing on menus

The cable jack on the TV is broken off and cannot be repaired. I purchase a convertor box that worked into the cable plug but now I am tryting to use the RCA plugs (Yello Red White) since this is the only way to get a signal in now. I have tried using channels 3 & 4 but nothing is showing up. There is nothing in the menu that points to a AV channel. Is there another menu or trick to this?

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  • Steve Mattern Jul 28, 2013

    I am having the same problem. Nowhere on the menu does one have access to external jacks. I don't have the original controller either but there must be some way to force the aux input to work. Help!!

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