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Just want the Orion TV (Model: STV 2763) to play VHS videos

How do I hook up the TV to the Panasonic VCR (Model: PV 8661) to play video's ?

Is it possible to hook a portable DVD up to play on the Television?

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Take your connector with the 3 colors red,white & yellow and plug into VCR OUT. The other end (w/ 3 plugs) goes into the INPUT on the back of the TV. Next insert a VHS Tape & search the TV for input or a channel below #2 for Cable#1,2,3 or AUV Channel.

In this case; Channel AUX #1
Shows / Plays Video w/ clear sound & picture.

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c296912.jpg RCA male connectors, yellow is usually video, red/white is audio left/right.

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