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Does your tv have rca inputs????? (These are yellow white & red....sometimes it just has yellow and white) If so, hook up your rca wires to the back of the dvd player (color coded) then hookup them up to your tv. Power on dvd player and tv and put tv on a/v channel. Sometimes called input, game etc
If the DVD is connected to the TV properly using the yellow, white & red AV cable and the TV is switched to AV and there is still no picture, plug the yellow lead from the back of the DVD player into the green socket. If you see a black and white picture now the DVD output is on Progressive Scan mode. See user manual to turn off Progressive Scan mode.
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Unless you REALLY need digital broadcast TV( you are in the USA, right?) then someone's old ntsc lcd tv would serve you quite nicely. all you really need is the video-in function.
The only real trick will be to get a cable with the correct connectors, wired correctly. hopefully your unit came with a cable that goes to RCA jacks for flexibility.
You should be able to connect the portable DVD player to the TV using an audio/video (AV) cable. The type of A/V cable you need depends on the receptacles on the DVD and the TV. Some older units have only one jack for audio and one for video. Newer units have one jack for video and two for audio. Matching the color coding of the cable, plug one end into the A/V out jacks on the DVD player and the other end into the A/V in jacks on the TV. I hope this solves your problem.