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Connecting I lost my manual in moving. I need to know how to connect the MWD7006 to my RCA television set . I am connected to the satellite system DISH. I am also having trouble playing my DVD's. Ray Bruno

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Here's a link to the pdf manual at Funai's site that I managed to dig up to supplement the above solution. It's a 10mb download: MWD7006 Manual.

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In general, you want to run red, yellow, white (composite or a/v) cables from the out of your sat box to the in of the Magnavox. Then run a 2nd set of r,y,w cables from the out of the Magnavox to the in of the TV (there may be one or several places to plug it into TV). If your sat box is an HD sat box, you probably won't get it to work with this Magnavox. This unit was jointly manufactured with Funai corp, so you will have to call 1-800-605-8610 for tech support.

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