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You havent connected the av leads properly,red and white are for sound and should go from audio out on tv to audio in on sound system,

yellow lead is for picture (aka video) goes video out on dvd player.to video in on TV

basically you need sent video signal from......to

normally have to use AV inputs,so u need turn telle to AV1 or 2

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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