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If the TV has the red, white and yellow sockets on it you can use an adapter. It's a scart plug on one end (for the DVD player) and 3 little round sockets on the other, usually red, white and yellow, sometimes red, black and yellow, like this:Amazon. Then you need an audio/video lead with red, white and yellow plugs on both ends like this:Amazon
a simple web search for "scart socket connections" will find details of what signals each pin of a scart connector carry. however, your problem is knowing what signals the wires from your cctv camera carry. only the camera manufacturer, or a service engineer familiar with it, can tell you that.
it is neither clear what sort of output your cctv cameras produce, nor what sort of input your dvr accepts. but, for the most part, dvrs record digital tv signals, whereas cctv cameras output analogue signals. so, even though you may be able to plug a cctv camera "straight" into a tv via a scart connector, it is unlikely that any scart connectors on a dvr have the necessary circuitry to accept such signals.
I've never seen the ad for a weed thrasher but, as far as a replacement cord goes. You can buy a extension cord of the same size and install it. Just cut off the end. The wires within the cord need to be the same size or bigger, never smaller. Also it's important to replace a 3 wire cord with a 3 wire cord. You can use a 3 wire cord with a machine that came with a 2 wire cord, just cut off the green wire at the machine end. Your wire colors should be white, black, and green. Black and white are your power wires and green is your ground. Usually black and white are interchangeable but, on occasion switching them may make the unit run backwards so install them in their original position. Write down where they where hooked up and install your new cord in the same places.
I HAVE A MICROMARK CCTV ITS A SCART TYPE IT TELLS ME IN THE INSTRUCTIONS TO PUT THE SCARTLEAD INTO THE SCART ON THE TV WHICH I HAVE DONE I AM GETTING THE PICTURE OK BUT THERE IS NO SOUND ALL I GET IS A HUMMING SOUND JUST LIKE YOU HAVE NOT TUNE IN THE TV PROPERLY I CANNOT TUNE IN THE TV AS ITS ON THE AV SO CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHY I AM NOT GETTING THE SOUND WHEN IT TELLS ME WHEN I PUT IN THE SCART THE SOUND WILL BE PICKED UP . OR COULD IT BE THAT ITS A TV COMBI VIDEO