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There is no color on tv when cable is connected....there is otherwise when tv is not connected to the cable

What should be done in light of all of this....I tried unsuccessfully to connect a PS2 and all of the sudden the problem became apparent...

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    Kd Mcj Mar 31, 2014

    thanks folks for your time and attention..managed to get things figured out...

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A Playstation2?
The cable you are using doesn't match the TV input.

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