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I can not seem to find out how to run my cable line through my DVD/VHS combo and into my TV. I have to use the DVD/VHS combo to run cable to my TV because the coax input on my TV broke off and I have to use the red, white, and yellow plugs. How would I do that?

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Dear hugoreyes456,
On the rear side of your DVP3345VB you should find a bunch of RCA connectors. There is a column on the right side with the title VCR - AUDIO IN - VIDEO IN.
May I ask you to try plug your cable box to this connectors and the DVP3345VB to your TV.
Before trying it, may I ask you to check that you get video directly from the DVP to your TV when playing a DVD or a VHS tape?
Regards,
Eddie Knight

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

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