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Digital converter box

I am trying to hook up the digital converter box to my TV and my govideo DV2150. I cannot record using the VCR and I can't program to record. I cannot figure out how to tell the govideo machine how to select the 10-1 channel or the 10-2, etc. I have a rabbit ear antenna. Help. LAC

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You need to select channel 3 or 4 on your VCR! , or line-in if you connected through the (yellow/ white/ red) cable "better video quiality!" and selct the channel you want to record on your DTV box, not the VCR!

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