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Finding DVD Plugs

I am trying to find the plugs to attach my DVD. I can't find a place to plug anything in. Is it hidden somewhere I can't see?

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No it's not hidden but don't fret just open your wallet.

You need what is called an RF Modulator. All you do is connect your A/V component ( DVD ) to the modulator's input jacks, then connect the modulator to your TV's antenna/cable input and select channel 3 or 4 operation.

Your local department or super center should have it. If not you can always go to a Radio Shack near you they will have it.

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