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PSP 6 pin gen 2 cable not working on tv?

Got 5 rca jacks and only 3 ports on the tv?
Can't get color and says to play in progressive. Can't even see color on tv through psp on a movie. Need help in Iraq?

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  • wrenchben122 Aug 30, 2008

    The issue here is that the component AV cable has 5 jacks, 2 certainly for audio left & right. The other 3 rca jacks all won't go into the remaining single jack on the video port of TV? Only getting black and white when playing movie and or trying to play game?

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You have the wrong cable. the cable you have is for HDTV's only.
by the ports on the TV, you have a standard TV.

The cable's colors are Red, Blue, Green, Red, and White. If you have a HDTV or these ports on the back of the TV, connect them like in the picture.
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from what you said, it seems like your TV's port colors are Yellow, Red and White. If you only have these ports on the back (Yellow, red, white), you need this cable:
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