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Follow these steps:Component Video Connection
Get a component video cable. This cable has 3 sets of connectors, one each for the red, blue and green color signals.
Match the connectors to the appropriate video output jacks on the DVD player. Component video outputs will normally be labeled Cr/Cb/Cy. The Cy output jack is matched to green, Cr to red and Cb to blue.
Run the cable from DVD player to the TV. Most TV connections are made from the back panel, but this may vary.
Match the connectors to the appropriate video input jacks on the TV.
If using S-Video Connection
Get an S-video cable. This cable has a single round connector with 4 pins.
Attach one end of the S-video cable to the S-video output jack on the DVD player.
Attach the other end to the S-video input jack on the TV.
Composite Video Connection
Get a composite video cable. These types of cables are frequently bundled with two-channel audio cables. Composite video cables are tipped with yellow plugs.
Plug one end of the composite video cable into the composite video output jack on your DVD player.
Plug the other end into the composite video input jack on your TV.
If your TV has the green, blue, red inputs then connect these 3 cables for the picture. DVD to TV, green to green, blue to blue and red to red. If your TV only has a yellow input, then connect the green cable only from the DVD yellow to the TV yellow. Now for the sound. Connect the DVD white to the TV white. Connect the DVD red to the TV red with the red cable. The white and red inputs will be next to the yellow and the green, blue, red inputs on the TV. Next select the TV input using your TV remote. Select the input for the DVD connection.
Ok. If you have a tv that has a five hole input (green, blue, red, white, red) this is the preferred hook up. That cable is called a component cable. The green blue and red part is for video and the white is audio left and the red is audio right.
If your tv does not have the five hole input it should have a three hole input. Those colors are yellow, white, and red. This is called a composite cable.
You just match up the colors that's all. Your tv should have an input or tv video button on the remote control that would allow you to switch inputs or you may be able to get to video 1 and video 2 and etc by using the channel up and down button and going lower than channel 2.
Assuming that the bit head is flush with or recessed into the hex slot,
I think it depends on how big the hex slot is, but if it's a clean
break, you could use a strong glue (like krazy clue) or a cement (like
PC7) and glue something to the bit (or the screw itself if you have a
replacement) and then 'wiggle' the bit out. Often you can unstick the
broken tip by applying pressure in the opposite direction that was
applied when it broke just to free it up. You could drill into the bit
just enough to secure a stronghold for gluing, say, the end of a
coat-hanger into the hole.
you can use a screw small enough to fit in the middle of the tip of the cord.the tip is hollow so just remove any plastic or hard rubber that is clinging on the said tip.(use a big needle for this.)be careful when doing this.make sure that the unit is turned off and unplugged.after inserting the small screw,slowly twist and try to pull it gently until the screw is tight enough but not breaking, to pull the tip.
Make sure none of the Digital or Component Input Assignments are programmed, if you're not using them. Set them to "----". This may help. Some of the Component input assignments may over-ride your other input assignments (perhaps even the HDMI input assignments).