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HOME THEATER CONNECTIONS

NEED HELP CONNECTING WIRES TO TELEVISION FROM A HOME THEATER SYSTEM, I CAN GET SOUND BUT NO PICTURE

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  • lady_grace28 Jan 26, 2009

    I havew a durabrand systen and can get the dvd to work but no the VCR or the tv

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I get all the sound I need but I can't play the TV through the sound system. It is a samsung DB390. Can play DVD's through the system but not the TV. Any ideas?
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Need codes for a universl remote anyone have them for dwm-2500 sanyo

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