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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your using RCA cables (thats the red, white & yellow leads) you need run yellow RCA from the 'VIDEO (or) TV OUTPUT' at the back of your tv, to the 'VIDEO (or) TV INPUT' in the back of your DVD/VCR combo unit, & do the same with the red & white 'AUDIO' leads only run them from AUDIO OUTPUT(tv) to AUDIO INPUT(dvdrecorder). Now set the mode of the dvd recorder to TV IN or AUX IN. Now it should record whatever you see on the tv screen. But if your tv has an S VIDEO OUTPUT option, using an S VIDEO cable would be much easier & produces a better copy! Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Since you got it at a garage sale could be anything... connections on back could be loose or even disconnected inside...circuit boards can be burnt out...(VCR) heads can be bad...(DVD) laser eye could be damaged - should have asked the seller to connect it and demonstrate features before you purchased it : ) Also check condition of your cables...Sorry
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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