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How to set color plugs in back of 32" proton TV bought on shopnbc.com

There is a area on back to plug in the yellow, blue, red and I think white
All are pluged into the top set of ports with a few rows below and for some reason a full set of like plugs not attached to TV.
With Direct TV I get an impossible screen to see. Non HD stations work great. Can you help or should I call Direct TV?

der27410 @ yahoo.com
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David Richmond

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It sounds to me like its a direct tv issue and you should contact them.

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