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iMac - Imac to TV connections

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Please help>>>>??
I just purchase the supplies, (I thought I need to get my imac to display also on my TV), Apple Mini-DVI to DVI Adapter- DVI to HDMI cord >
I went to system pref.- and to displays -to detect displays -and nothing
I connected the Mini DVI- to the DVI to HDMI cable- to the HDMI input on the TV...

I have a Philips 47" 1080p LCD TV - Black (47PFL3704D/F7)
and Imac 20" 2yrs old

Please help with any suggestions or stupid mistakes i did>>>
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