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I think you use the "dubbing" button. I would strongly suggest reading the user manual for the specific step-by-step procedure as this is an integrated unit (see page 39 of the below link "Copying from VCR to DVD") - unfortunately LG's own site chooses no to use PDF and you need to install a plugin, so I suggest you download a PDF copy from doocument.com here: http://doocument.com/pdf/dvd-recorder-video-cassette-recorder-produktinfo-34042.pdf
PROGRESIVE SCAN will only work with an HD TV and it does not work via the scart lead. Select off for it if you have an old TV. If you can't get it to stop coming on by doing what it says to do, then you have an electrical fault on the LG.
PROGRESIVE SCAN itself is a method of getting high quality images on HD TV's via the special sockets at the back of the DVD.
Sounds like the laser head carriage slides or screw drive need oil or
the screw drive may have dirt in it that will cause uneven movement or
possible jamming of the carriage on the slide.
The carriage and drive screw need to move smoothly. The slides can
easly be oiled. The screw however can be difficult to clean. Using
paper can make it worse due to the paper fibre getting into the screw
as well. You could try a lint free material to clean the screw and then
oil it, preferably with a non drying oil.