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I am trying to connect a dvd player to my tv model number GN14F7T1 I have the coloured cabel do I put this into a scart lead into the back of my tv and the other end into the cd player or is there another cabel I need to add. The cd players works but I can't get a picture on my tv? Do I need the remote control to acess anything?

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If this has then please leave a thumbs up

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