Question about Daewoo DTQ-19Z4SC 19" TV
I'm assuming you have hooked up the video player and tried, and haven't got it to work? If so, Run the video cords to the correct places, i.e. yellow (video) to yellow port (front/back); white and red are sound, insert each to their corresponding places as well. Next, turn the tv on, as well as the video player, (dvd/vhs/etc) - next, if you have a remote use it to access the menu - then scroll through the list (usually with the volume up/down button, channel up/down buttons, or there will be arrow keys to use). Find in the menu the selection to choose which video port to use i.e., video 1, video 2, or AV, which is more commonly used - AV is usually the ports on the front side for tv's like this. If you do not have a remote, to access the menu (if not "menu" button is available on the front of tv) try using the channel up/down buttons on the tv, by pressing them both at the same time - also, using the channel up/down, or volume up/down buttons to scroll through the menu - to select, there will either be a "select" or "enter" button, or as one set of up/down buttons are used for scrolling, the other two up/down are used for selecting. Once you have determined the uses, find the channel selection, and try AV first. You may be able to find it easier first by simply flipping through the channels on the tv until it appears on the screen usually in the upper right hand corner in big letters -- AV. This will be the channel to use for video - if not, there is one other way to make this work - if the tv and video player have a co-axle port (cable cord connection) then use a co-axle cable. Plug it in to the back of the video player, and then the back of the tv. Select Channel three/four ( some video players have a switch on the back, so make sure they are both on the same channel). Most commonly used is channel 3.
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