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How to connect the back connections to TV.

I see two cables on the back to connect to TV. One cable has thee connections, red white and yellow and the other cable has two connections yellow and red. I have tried many different combinations to connect this unit to TV. I get a picture and a humming sound and no sounds. I am exhausted. Can anyone help? It was working until I disconnected the cables and now I cannot put them back in proper order. Ramesh.

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Yellow is video
red is right sound
white is left sound

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