Question about Televison & Video
This tv is from May of 2002. I bought a dvd/video cassette player and
am unable to hook it up to the tv. I have basic cable but no 'cable
box' as of a few months ago.
The tv works fine, although it is obviously old. Is there any way to avoid buying another tv?
There is one jack for the cable and that is all. No AV in or out, etc.
No way that you wil get a satisfactory output. so better change the circuit board alone in your TV. it wont cost much. but u can get many facilities on changing it. you can get this done at your local electrician shop.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
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