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How to connect cable tv, dvd and vcr together and tivo, too

I have never had to hook up my own cable tv, dvd player, vcr player, and Tivo. I just moved and without realizing it the movers just unplugged all the cords before I could memorize the connections. The cable tv is plugged in and working but how do I interconnect all the others so that they work in tandem and so the tivo will record programs for me?

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  • dlc0959 May 08, 2009

    I also have moved recently and all my connections are gone. Please help me plug up my tv, vcr and tivo. Thanks.

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Go to tivo.com they have all possible connections available.

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