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I have a problem with the connection cables (Yellow, White, Red). When I connect them behind the DVD/VCR works the audio; But Doesn't work the Video. Thanks

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The cable may be faulty check the cable on another appliance that you know is working, if it is it may be the yellow lead socket has become loose from the board and may need to be resoldered, but check the cable first.

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good day, make sure your RCA red and white marked cable connected to TV screen audio input where you also connect your yellow cable which is the video.

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white and red RCA = TV white and red "INPUT "socket
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