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I have a JVC Hard Disk Camcorder/a Emerson DVD/CD player with Video Cassette Recorder and HD Panasonic TV. I can watch the camcorder recording on the TV, but when I try to record what I am watching to a VCR tape, my tape ends up with nothing on it. The Emerson recorder recording light indicates it is recording. I'm sure have wasted a lot time and got nothing to show for it. My HD camcorder if full.

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Set your VCR to moniter the jacks you are useing ot plug the camera in!...same channel !

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