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Installing or connecting my dvd player to my television

I have received a used dvd player from a friend and i am confused on where to connect all the plugs to all the different colours. I do not have the instructions Can you help me?

I do not have instructions to install my dvd player

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Hi

Here is the manual which contains easy steps to install the DVD player.
http://www.manualshark.org/manualshark/files/22/pdf_15070.pdf

Good Luck

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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