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Accessories I have a DVP3120 but cannot find a scart lead or any other input output leads, should there have been these items with the appliance?

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  • sallysearby Dec 26, 2008

    I don't know what to use or how to connect my DVP3120 player to my TV and digi box.

    please help.



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Depends on the /xx at the end of the model # - if it is an 07, 17, or 37, it was designed for US, and will not have these - go to www.philips.com/support for the manual for this product to see correct hook-up options

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