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Hookup I am trying to hook my video recorder into back of tv. I have the cable going from the Out To TV jack in back of VCR. But I cannot locate jack in back of tv. Where is it?

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Out to tv connects to your input or where the antenna for the tv is located. If you have an antenna hooked to you tv, remove it and hook in the vcr. Then put the antenna to input on the vcr.

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