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I have hooked up my dvd player to my tv but cant get the picture to show. I dont know what channel or if it has to be in game mode, please help.

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If you've connected the player in the normal way, using yellow, red, and white cords, the TV has to be in a different mode. Channels represent the tuner in the TV and that is not what your dvd player is connected to. The mode you have to be in is either game, aux, or av.

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