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Hey help setting up my dvdr

Can u help me set up my tv to my dvdr and cable box? ive had it once b4 all by my self but i dont rememebr what i did lol

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  • dee2127 Mar 27, 2008

    hey thankz but that does not help as i have looked at it over and over again thank you tho after 3 hours of figuring it out.... my red/yellow/white wires were faulty... could u imagine ..alll of that stuff messed up b/c of three little wires.

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