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How do you hook up this dvd player to the tv. the plugs are blue green and red instead of white yellow and red

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The DVD player has component video as well as the S-video and RCA video and two RCA audio outputs.

If your player is the same as my picture, the component video jacks are in a horizontal line at the top of the back of the player. The white and red audio jacks are in a vertical line to the left. The yellow video out jack is in the second line just below the component video jacks (in a line with the coax port, the S-video port is in between the coax and the RCA video out). (The white jack is at the top left of the connections block, red below that, and yellow to the right of the red.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Posted on May 29, 2010

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