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Dvd hookup i have a 24in dwt2405 i got a cyberhome dvd player i cant get to work ive plugged the audio and video to tv nothing happens. dont know what channel to turn t v to. thx

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  • First make sure the audio (red &black) and video (yellow) are plugged into their respective color matching inputs on the TV monitor.
  • Second either using the TV remote contol or TV's builtin control panel set the tuner mode to video. Depends on which TV's input terminal you connect the DVD player; that's where the Video mode has to be assigned.
  • For example: if you connect them to video1, set the tuner to video1. changing the channels up or down will never set it to video mode. You must press video button to change the tuner from regular channel mode to video mode.
Goodluck!

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