How to Hook up a DVD Player to TV?

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Hooking up a DVD player to a TV is actually pretty simple nowadays. Most models come with a step-by-step instruction manual, but most of the time, you shouldn't need it. The cord that connects the DVD player to the TV is, more often than not, color coded. Just plug the yellow plug into the yellow hole, the red plug into the red hole, and the white plug into the white hole. Also make sure to use the inpux outlets on the TV.
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