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Pc speakers to use with combo/hdtv

Have blue,dk.green,red and pea green lines running from the PC speakers..To what do I plug them into in the back of the tv? The tvcombo is a 19" POLaroid ...which I bought in December....asked something like this in Decmber...Can;t find the model #

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