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What channell do you tune to for dvd output for durabrand model Dwt 1905

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Hi,

I believe its not on a channel but on VIDEO. Chances are you have the DVD hooked up as Audio/Video using the RCA cables (yellow, red & white). The TV must be set to Video IN not TV Tuner/Channel. Additionally, your TV can only accept a mono audio input while your DVD's audio output is stereo. A quick and dirty way out is to use an adapter shown below to convert the stereo to mono. Additionally, to my knowledge your TV's Audio/Video inputs are on the front panel.
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Alternately, if the front panel Audio/Video connector is already being used by another device, an RF modulator may be used and this time your TV has to be switched to a channel prescribed by the RF modulator. A fine example is one from RadioShack.

In some instances, there are DVD players that has a built-in RF Modulator and normally uses either Channel 3 or 4.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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