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Hooked up don't work

I'm not sure I have right it's connected to a / through a dish box then to samsung TV

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Hook the DVD Combo unit to the Video input of the TV. Not through your Dish Box. Then to View the DVD/VCR, switch the TV to the Video Input. Good Luck and have a great weekend
Ed
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Mills, Wyoming

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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