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Connecting durabrand SA51AR

Diagram for connecting shows six points of connection (red/white) sockets going into a DVD. My DVD is intragale to my TV & I only have one white socket & one red socket at the rear of my tele. Can you help??

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Not very helpful i have the exact same problem with no audio or video connection in my tv just 1 white and 1 red in my dvd player so is there some sort of adaptor you sell that can fix this problem? thanks

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2. Pay TV
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Please indicate which one.

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