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Manual to hook up

I need a manual to hook up to my t.v. or cable box.

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WOULD LIKE A USER MANUAL FOR A SHARP VC-A582U


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I lost the manual and need to hook up the vcr cable box and the tv.


You can download the manual from JVC here:
http://books.jvc.com/booklist.asp?Model=HR-A591U

if you reply with brand and model numbers of cable box, TV, I will help you with the hookup.

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program a recording
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