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How do I hook my DVD player into the Symphonic 20 flat

I hook the dvd player into the front of the tv on the audio and video inputs (white and yellow) and no matter what channel I put the TV on I just get snow. Any idea of what is up? I may just be hooking the cables into the wrong part of the dvd player itself, but regardless any help is appreciated. Thank you

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snakehead

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SOURCE: Audio sound but no video

if you had hooked up everything correctly check your wires probably they are defected.if you had done that check your tv the video circuit maybe defected.you can also try another tv or dvd and see what they do good luck

Posted on May 14, 2007

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the tv should be in video mode in order to accept input from dvd...when it does'nt work try to use a modulator that should be connected at the back through using cable with f-connector both sides...

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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ekcnoel

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try to look first the video in commonly the color is yellow, white, red the yellow one is the video and the white,red is the audio if you connect it press the video on your remote.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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