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Have a lg 47lm670t and have connected all scart leads but only get coloured lines. Please help as brand new tv!!!! Thanks Stuatt

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Your recorder is mostly analogue with just a hdmi output, you need to link up using a scart lead or similar adapter lead for recording, looks to me like scart 1 (decoder) or the front sockets for input use while. the other scart looks to be just for TV to use.
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