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Samsung series 6 LCD no video output!

Recently bought a Samsung series 6 116cm LCD TV.
Can't find a Video output on it. All tagged as inputs
Is there any way that I can record a TV program onto my DVD recorder?

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  • jennyniere Feb 26, 2009

    Thankyou. Does it matter that the recorder does not have a tuner?

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Try connecting your DVD recorder directly to the source (satellite/cable box) and then to the TV.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

  • Jim Bay Feb 26, 2009

    Glad to help and no, it doesn't matter if the recorder doesn't have a tuner but that will make the programming somewhat different than using an old VCR.

    If you have a DVR of any type the recorder is an excellent way to preserve the shows you truly want.


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