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Problem connecting video game

I bought a 25 inch GE television/monitor at a garage sale. The sticker with the model number, etc has been pulled off so not sure if its this model or not. The back panel has several different input and output jacks and I can't figure out which to use.

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You may have a yellow, red and white input on your tv.A 3 wire cable goes from your video game (red, yellow, white outputs) to these inputs.If you do not have these , it will not work.

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