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I have DirectTV system for local TV stations; all cords are in place on the DVD player; directions indicate "Audio In/Video In" for the back of the TV, but instead I have the DirectTV box. The DirectTV box only has Audio Out/Video Out. The rear of my TV does not reflect these terms. What do I do at this point?

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I solved my problem by calling my Direct TV srevice and returning to the store to purchase additional items that were needed. The saleman in the store was great help.

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