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I can't attach the yellow, white and red cords correctly to watch a dvd on my Vivo 42'' LCD. I've got an austar box attached, but when putting in TV mode the DVD player won't work. Where, in ''simple'' terms do i put the cords, the manual is NO help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Your cables are coded red(right audio), white(left audio) and yellow(video). The cable inputs on the dvd player and tv are likewise coded. Just connect color to like color. In setup, do not
change NTSC! If you should go to PAL you'll never get out of setup and all you'll have is screen roll, as though the vertical hold gave out.

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first what model samsung? second if the tv has yellow red white then you need to change the tv to the input you are using. for best picture I would use an s-video cable it will give you superior video images since I don't know what brand dvd player I only say this if you have an output on the dvd player
most important is to make sure the tv is on what input you have plugged in. and dont forget to power up both units.

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