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Please help I have an entertainment center with a TV, VCR, DVD, Surround sound, and CD player. I had all of the components working at one time, but I needed to repaint my living room and remove all of the connections. When I went back to re plug everything back where it belongs....well, it's just not happening. I forgot where everything went. The only thing that I can get to work is the TV, VCR and surround sound. Does anyone have any ideas on how to hook all of the components up so that they can all work? I am not sure what info someone would need (i.e. model numbers, names of products, etc...) but just let me know what info you will need and I will get it to you. If someone could help me...I would truly appreciate it and so will my 4 year old that has been confined to watching his DVD's in his room due to mom having the mentality of Bill Cosby and not being able to fix the problem stated above. Thanks, Chat0402

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Look to the back of the amp. you will see it marked. the white and Red RCA are for audio only. so the vcr goes to the vcr inputs and so forth. now the video is the yellow RCA cable. you need to get cables for the dvd especially the yellow one to go into the amp input. then from the amp yellow out put to the tv RCA input. I hope I was able to help. if not. let me know what kind of system you are using and I will check it out for you. good luck

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