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Unable to separate VCR playback from Sat. Receiver input,both av2

Have a Dynex dxr24tv trying to hook up Sat receiver, VCR and DVD player. W/O DVD player, normally connect the RCA cables for Video and Audio(L & R) from Sat Rec Out #1 to VCR in Video and Audio and then the VCR Out , Video and Audio to TV in Video and Audio(1)
I used to use Channel L1 on VCR to watch Sat Receiver and play tapes
I then connected the Video and Audio outs on the DVD player to
the VCR in 2 , both Video and Audio on the front of the VCR, and play the DVD on Channel L2 on the VCR.
I called DirectV to find out how to hook upDVD player with the Dynex TV they said:Connect Svideo on DVD player to Svideo on TV and then connectthe Audio cables (L & R)on DVD player to TV in Audio #1, I thought it should have been number 2
Sat Rec out, Video and Audio to VCR in Video and Audio
VCR Out Video and Audio toTV In (2) Video and Audio
On the TV itself, when I scan thru the Input, I can access the DVD player I hooked up, and the Sat Rec, but when I hit play on VCR, it goes to the same input (AV2) as the Sat rec plays on, plays the tape for 5 seconds, goes to a blue screen than back to VCR tape again
Also, from Menu, what channel should I have the Tv On?

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