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Just a thought but how is your DVD connected to the TV?
If the DVD player is connected to the TV and the headphones to the cable box, then the audio will be going direct to the TV and no chance for the headphones to pick it up.
If however the DVD player is connected to the cable box and then to the TV, I think I would expect it to work and cannot think of a reason why not.
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You don't need the red, green, and blue colored RCA's specifically for this type of connection. The colors are there to help make it easier to connect. You can use any coloured RCA as long as you have the Pr on the DVD connected to the Pr on the TV and likewise for the other two connections.
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HDMI cables are actually wonderfully simple to connect. Once you have connected one end to the TV and one end to the DVD player, you will simply need to change your input channel using your TV's remote. Find a Input or Video source button and press it until the screen says HDMI. Now your TV may have several HDMI ports so you may have to try a couple HDMI channels before you find the right one.

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The TV is turned on. The TV showing "no signal" is an indication that is turned on. Its just that the TV is not recieving any signal whatsoever from an antenna, DVD player or dish.

I suggest you connect thee TV to a DVD player. Click source on the TV remote to AV 1. Use a RCA (yellow white and red wire) for the connection.

Yellow stands for video and white and red stands for audio. Connect yellow to "vidoe out' from the DVD player to 'video in' at the back of the TV. Do the same for the audio white and red.

Now there should be a display on the TV. If there is not display, check your connection.

Let me know if need more help.

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