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How do I hook up a vrc/DVD player. There are no outlets on the set.

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I assume you mean that there are no composite or component inputs on the TV. If it has a coax (antenna) input, you will need an RF modulator. These convert video inputs and output the signal via a coaxial cable.

This type of converter can be found in some stores that sell electronics equipment and online.

I hope this helps .

Cindy Wells

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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Not knowing the model of the TV its hard to tell you how to hook it up. Howeever let's assume that yu TV has an auido in and a composite video input. it it does is should have three RCA jacks on the back...one red, one white and one yellow.

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Now when you want VRC/DVD use your remote and select input. Some older TV's have the aux input just before Ch 2. Some remotes have an input button.

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