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Video channel I have a brand new JVC DVD/VCR player, no coaxial. I need to locate the video channel on my old Proscan tv so I can playback dvds/tapes

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Dear Gonedeep2,
Are you saying the DVD/VCR player does not have a coaxial socket?
Does your TV have RCA sockets to match the DVD/VCR player.
(ie. red and white for audio and yellow for video signals).

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