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Am I connecting DVD player wrong?

Pretty sure I have the DVD player audio and video inputs hooked up correctly, but I can't get the TV to see it! On other TVs I've used, when I want the signal to come from the DVD player, I change "input" on the tv menu to an auxiliary mode, but I don't see that option here. I can only switch the screen menu between "cable tv" and "antenna," and I think I need a third choice -- don't I?

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  • ZippyZippity Feb 20, 2008

    This is a GE (not RCA) TV, from 2000 or 2001. The setup menu only offers cable TV and antenna -- there is no aux input mode, as far as I can tell -- as I wrote in my problem explanation. The TV is connected to cable -- are you saying I should go to antenna mode and tune it to 00 or 01?



    I appreciate your trying to help, but I hope someone familiar with the GE 25GT240 25" TV will respond!



    ~Zippy

  • Enchantedfan Mar 29, 2008

    How do I connect the GE tv to the dvd player?

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Try Higher channels channel 91, i have a RCA at shop that plays dvd on higher channel 91-93. Play DVD while playing turn channels untill you see the movie.

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On some of these older RCA try simply tuning it from the remote down to chanel 01 or 00 this may work. if not you have to go into the setup menu of this set and enable the aux inputs

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