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How to disable automatic turnoff switch on digital converter box

I have an Insignia digital converter box and hooked it up to a VCR.

Unfortunately, I have to leave the box on when a set the VCR to tape a furture program. The converter box has an auomatic shut off feature and shuts off and does not tape the program.

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    Under what menu option do I find this diable option?

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You go to the menu on the digital converter box and disable the automatic shut-off.

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Connect your rabbit ears to the Insignia. Connect the Insignia to the antenna input on the "cvd/vcr combo". Now turn on the television to show the "cvd/vcr combo".

The Insignia simply goes between your antenna and your television. In your case you also have a vcr so if you want the VCR to be able to play and record digital stations you will need the Insignia between the vcr and the antenna.

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cant you just turn the channel on your DCB and then record on the vcr?

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