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Hi i am trying to work my 'component' on my samsung tv. How do i get this working

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Component video input is a high quality analog video signal separated by the three prime colors, red green and blue. You will need component video cables to make this connection.

Turn the television off.

Plug the connectors of each coaxial cable into their corresponding terminals on the TV.

Plug the other end of the cable into your other device that is also using component video, such as a cable box, video game console or DVD player, etc.

Power on the TV.

Press "component" on the remote.

Power on the device.

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