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We have a Audiovox VCR player that we ordered from Ebay for our RV but did not receive cables and we cannot find cables for it that works with the TV. Why is it different?

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Mine has normal RCA jacks for Audio/Video & cable TV ports in & out. I do not understand your problem unless it is the Console wiring. Look into console (original set was for Toyota Van). Unit easily removed & cable can be snaked directly to units.. I took my console apart for components which use less space using direct power lead in with fuse & radio shack plug & a short cable TV jumper for signal from VCR to TV

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