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I can't hook up the vcr

I have a satelitte receiver hooked and i'm not sure where to plug the vcr into. Do the (red, yellow, white plugs) plug into the tv or the satelitte receiver? Which go to the "in" and "out?"

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I would strongly suggest connecting a plain, coaxial cable wire from your sat box to the the ANT IN of the VCR. then use another coaxial to run from the ANT OUT of the VCR to the TV. Then you can change your TV to channel 3 or 4 as appropriate.

If you have a newer digital satellite receiver, this setup may not work. In that case, use two sets of red/white/yellow cables - 1 set will run from the out of the satellite receiver to the audio, video IN of the VCR. The second set will run from the audio and video OUT of the VCR to your TV. Then change your television to Aux 1, aux2 or whatever channel that corresponds to the red/white yellow.

Have fun!

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