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Vcr picture problem

VCR Model #VR0220 seems to have picture disappearing problem at times which mystifies me.
I have a motorola 40 hour hd dvr recorder box from comcast cable hooked into the vcr's atenna in jack and the vcr's output cable hooked to my tv..
checked the tv anbd its not the tv it self it seems that when the picture disappears i do have sound and when i turn off and on the vcr the picture comes back but then can stay a while or disappear again with no warning..

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