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We can not figure out how to hook up the Disney TV to the Disney DVD player, it looks like we have it all plugged in but it keeps saying No Signal.

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Most disney tv's okay do not come with RCA hookups but you can purchase those at radio shack its called a co axe to rca converter and cost around $25 bucks. These units was not made specifically for your disney tv or it would have came all in one. So go to radio shack and get yourself that converter.


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