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Re: cant hook it up
This unit does not have a standard coax cable (screw on) connection for and output..
You must use RCA or component video cables to attach to your television.
red and white is the audio left and right respectively and yellow is video. This unit also has S-video outlet for video. It also has what is called component video which is Red Green and Blue or maybe labeled YPbPr.
Depending on the inputs on the back of your television you may be able to connect in a variety of ways.
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You may have something hooked up wrong, make sure all cords are in their right places and if that doesn't work go back and read the manual or call the number on the manual for help. Hope this helps, good luck!
I am using a Comcast Cable Box. Didn't feel like spending another $7-$9 service fee a month just to use the DVR.
First hook up an S-Cable to the S-Video slot (considered out) on the Cable box. Then place the other end into the S-Video In on the DVR620. Then place the Yellow, Red and White cables into the Cable box (these are considered out), then place the other end of the cords into the L1 LR and LL ports on DVR620 (Its in the back of the unit). Next, place an S-Video into the In slot on the television along with another set of Y,R and W cables into that same Video/Audio In slot. Take other end and put them into the audio out on the DVR620.
Once you have hooked up the aforesaid correctly, you will be able to watch your cable on the Video In/Source you hooked it up to and then just press Record when your ready to start making DVDs from TV. It's just as easy as the good old VHS player just a few extra steps to deter people from attempting it. Guarantee it works. Rec'ding Van Helsing on Telemundo right now.
Try pressing repeatedly the eject button while you turn on the unit. If this doesn't work then it is a mechanically problem in your player.You need to be manually open to take out the dvd.The rubber thread which should be connected to the motor inside the DVD player might have moved from its place.
You need to place the rubber thread to proper place.
Furthermore, if the belt is slipping, the mechanism never gets the "drawer closed" signal, and the disk will not spin.
After a DVD player has been used for awhile, another common problem is that the laser in the DVD player becomes misaligned, inhibiting its ability to read DVDs. So it indicates the defective laser motor. The only way to fix this problem is to bring the unit to a service center for repair.
Hope this helps.
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