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Hooking a dvd and vcr to a cable box and tv

I just bought a phillips dvd-vcr and I can't seem to get it hooked up correctly to my tv and cable box. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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You will have to use an audio/video cable for connecting the player to the tv. This cable consists of three wires, generally a white, a red and yellow. Yellow is for video and the other two are for audio. You will find corresponding colored sockets both behind the tv and the player, find out which is the input at the tv and output at the player. Good luck

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