Our old color tv set takes either the large coaxial input, or two wires held down by screws. We have a vcr player that did work perfectly with the tv before we got our new dvd player. We had to get an adapter to act as a go-between from the dvd player to the tv set, with three RCA cables from the dvd to the adapter, and a coaxial output from the adapter to the tv set. The adapter has a separate power cord to a wall outlet. Then we had to go into dvd onscreen controls to configure the video setup. Now the vcr player only produces snow on the tv set, using proven good prerecorded vcr movie tapes that up to this time worked perfectly. It's like the dvd player reprogrammed the tv set, or if it's too old to have a chip, maybe it retuned it somehow? What do we have to do to get the tv to 'see' the vcr player now? We tried all channels, and nothing helps. All I can think of is maybe use the dvd player to reconfigure the tv set, which would royally goof up the dvd settings, so I don't want to try that. We have a lot of old vcr movies we want to be able to see, but we want the dvd player to work with it also. Oe6 -------------------------------------- Protect yourself from spam, use http://sneakemail.com For a web-based membership management utility and information on list policies, please see http://nibec.com/24hoursupport/ To unsubscribe, send a blank email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with "unsubscribe" (without quotes) in the subject.