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Hooking up dvd player

Where do the red white and yellow plugs go into the back of the proscan model 32la25q and if I have them in the right spots( 14,15,16 ) why can't I watch the dvd. How do I get the regular picture off the tv and the dvd on????

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You have wires hooked properly.
On your remote, hit input button, press down arrow once to AV then press right arrow button.
Then watch a DVD.

It worked for me.

Good Luck

Posted on Feb 02, 2008


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