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Timed Recording - Won't record VHS or DVD

I have had the Insignia 10012 for a couple of years and have recorded no problems. However, it recently decided to have wacky recordings. If I set the timer to record a show for an hour I get a 15 or 5 minute recording. I have tried EVERYTHING. Time for a Sony!

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