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I'm trying to connect my DVD to the TV I can hear sound but can't get a picture and I get the message 'no video signal'

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Connect the yellow video cable from DVD player to TV's yellow video input. See diagram below. Connect white RCA audio cable and red RCA audio cable as shown. Be sure to select the proper input on the TV.

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