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First check the basics:
1. make sure video cable from back of unit goes to inputs on back of TV, each color should match (yellow to yellow, white to white, red to red)
2. make sure unit has power cord, plugged in, turned on (blue light)
3. make sure TV is selected as the correct signal input, (many TV's have several inputs Input1, 2, 3, etc.) try them all. To change this look for "source" or "input" on your remote.

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