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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, basically you need to put them into their respective slots in the back of the tv. I know this can be frustrating because the slots are all faced downwards, tucked behind this piece. Look at this image, which should be what you are seeing if you're using a Toshiba 26'' 26AV502U, a model similar to yours.
Look at the four plugs with labeled "Video 1 In." "L Audio" is your white plug, "R" is your red plug(R actually stands for Right [Audio Input]), and Video is your yellow plug. It would be wise to remember this for every Audio/Video cable accepting unit. It makes sense you are putting the cables IN to the tv, hence "Video 1 In."
Now, to tell the tv to read the video input, find and hit the "Input" button on the remote, and it should be one of those options..(there are only a couple to choose from).
Hope these directions worked for you, and enlightened you!
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: DVD Hook up-Olevia 266-T11
From Cable Or Rca Out Of Your Dvd Player To Your T.v. Make Sure You Push The Tv/Video Button To View The Dvd If Its Hooked Into The Rca Jacks.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: DVD Hook up to Proscan TV
if using RCA connector cables, connect the left and right audio cables to D and D1, then connect the Video cable to the video connector right above the S Video port.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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