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Hello, Are you using the Red,White and Yellow "DVD/VCR" Outs on the Toshiba? Or are you using the Red,Blue,Green "Component" Outs on the player to connect to the TV?
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Okay you're using the wrong jacks to get the VCR portion to play through the TV.
You need to use specifically the ones that are labeled:
They are YELLOW, RED AND WHITE.
If you are still stuck, then reply back with the model number off of the back of the TV and I can help further.
Only the DVD will play using the Red,Green and Blue jacks- they are only designed for the DVD.
The Yellow "Video Out" is for the VCR AND DVD to playback from. The VCR cannot play using the Red,Green and Yellow.
Match the Yellow, Red and White to the same colored jacks on your TV and then select "Video" on the TV instead of "Component".
Again not all TV's have the yellow jack, so if you don't see it, then I will need the model number off of the back of your TV to tell you what to do next.
I NEED the model number off of the back of the TV.
The ONLY way to get the VCR to play on the TV is connecting a Yellow directly to the TV- there's no way around that, so to get you a solution I need the model number of your TV. It's located on a sticker on the back.
I'm asking a 3rd time- WHAT is the MODEL Number off of the back of the TV?
Thank you- looking that one up right now. Will be right back.
The side of your TV (not the back) has the Yellow jack. Can you see it?
Thank you. The SIDE of your TV has the Yellow jack. Please look for it.
Facing the back of the set- the yellow, red and white will be on the right hand side. You have to look at the TV from the side to see them. Do you see them?
No, click on the link below and scroll to page 16. That is the manual for your TV. Are you saying you don't have a YELLOW ***** *****ke the picture?
Are you still with me here?
Plug the yellow cable into the "Green" jack and then the red and whites into the red and white on the TV.
Connect the other ends of those cables to the DVD/VCR Audio Out, and Video Out.
Then use the "Video" or "Composite" Input setting on the TV and please let me know what happens.
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