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Don't know how to connect my vcr to my tv

I have a sharp vcr and im not able to plug it on my tv... I dont really know where to connect my components..

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You can either plug RCA cables from the audio and video, audio is red and white for stereo or just one of them for mono, the video is yellow, from the "outputs" on the VCR to the matching colors on the tvs "inputs". You can also connect the antenna output on the VCR to the antenna input on the tv and put the tv on channel 3 or 4, if done this way connect the antenna/cable to the VCR antenna in and connect a cable from the antenna out to the tv.

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Connect the color coded cored to the color inputs in the back of the tv. you may need to buy an adapter to make them fit.

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