I'm in Florida and I am trying t help my 82 year old mother in Massachusetts connect a DVD play to her 20 year old RCA TV. It's connected to the RCA plugs on the back of the TV but we can figure out how to get the TV on the channel/input for the RCA jacks. Do you know what channel we need to put the TV on to view input from those jacks. There's no input or video button on the TV.
If not, the RCA plugs, listed as input 1 and 2 are shown on channel 91 and 92.
I recommend connecting the DVD to either input. Turn on the DVD. Then run the auto programming function of the TV. It will find and program the channel for the DVD. Then use the channel up or down on the remote you are currently using and you should find a working DVD.
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That sucks about your tv. Mine just turned 3 years old. Never had a problem with it. But you seriously can't expect wal-mart to take back and exchange a 3 year old tv. Come on. That would be stupid for walmart to do. Even RCA prolly dosent do more than a 1 year warranty. Unless you purchased the warranty from walmart, it will be cheaper to just get a 19 inch lcd tv now. Cheapest I see them on sale for is only $99.99
I have the same problem with the same size 20" RCA tv. Mine is a little over 2years old. After turning itself off and on whenever it felt like it, now it blinks off and on nonstop every few seconds and nothing makes it stop......please help
You could buy a RF Modulator, into which you can Input the 3 cables (Video, Audio Right and audio Left) and the Modulator will make it into a single RF signal, which can be tuned by the TV. RF Modulators are generally set at UHF Channel 36 by Default. One of the easisst available is the Rabbit Ears Modulator, which "transmits' the signal wirelessly to the TV. Not more than 15-20$