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Help setting up tv to dvdr/cablebox

Can u help me set up my tv to my dvdr and cable box? ive had it once b4 all by my self but i dont rememebr what i did lol i am having troulbe setting up the DVR to receive the Cable tv to copy/record the programs i have recorded on the V+ cable box when we had the Sky + bos we used to tune the tv to channel 19 but noe for some reason that doesnt work now we have swpped over to cable tv? does anyone seem t know how to sort this problem out?

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