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Getting it plugged in right to work with tv set

No manual. Tried plugging it in, and cable from antenna out on 1620 to tv. TV tuned to channel 3. Nothing.

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How could i put the tv on video with no remote???

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You dont put it on channel 3 like a vcr. you put it on video input like you would when playing a game.

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