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Lost directions on how to hook up my Bose model AV28 media center

Cant hook up our Bose Model AV28 Media Center. Weve had this for a couple years now and once we got our cable installed it hasnt worked since, I dont know if the cable man unhooked it or what, but we would really like to use the DVD home theater system! Please Help us locate some directions on how to hook this system up!!!!!!!! We would greatly appreciate any assistance. Weve got the DVD's piling up and nothin to watch them on. Thank you, Jennifer

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Go to Bose' website and click on "support". See if that helps out...accordianman

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