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I have 10 year old tv Phillips model ts3258c101.Yesterday I purchased a digital video disk player & video cassette recorder. It will play a dvd. I now have found that I cannot record a video cassette and watch another program while recording.What do I have to buy in order to watch a program and record a program on another channel.In addition I cannot set a timer recording.

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Check if your disc player is a twin tuner model which will allow you to do what you want. It might just need configuring properly. Otherwise there are devices on sale that will allow you to achieve your goal. Good luck.

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