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Quasar 13" TV/VCR combo

I attempted to connect a DVD player to this TV in a spare room. Since there are only 2 ports (video in and audio in) only 2 out of the 3 plugs required to connect the equipment were accomplished. The result is that the DVDs play but in black and white. I also attempted to use a coax to connect it with no success. Can you please tell me what to do? (Please be specific ie. "red cord goes into video out on the dvd player, coax goes in....) I am tech. challenged. Thanks for your help!!!!!

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Not sure y it is b+w since the video is only one and audio is r and l.

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