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Need to watch recording on tv

WE need to know how to plug it in to the tv to watch

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Re: need to watch recording on tv

If your camera has audio vidio cable (just get a cheap one which has a yellow, red and white connector) connectors. simply plug them in the audio vidio out on camera and audio vidio in on TV and thats it.
Let me know what type of connectors you have on your camera?

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