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DVD player I bought a new DVD player, I cannot get it work on my old TV, it's about 6-8 years old.  There's no input mode in the setup menu, which the manufacturer says I need to run their player.  I no longer have my book. Can you help.

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You need to buy a channel 3 modulator. They're all over ebay, and I'm pretty sure Radio Shack or maybe Circuit City would have them.

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