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Taping shows on a jvc vcr.

How do I tape shows on an older type of a jvc vcr?

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Well from memory... you have to Plug in the Antenna to the Video, then from Video to TV, then ya Tune in the "Tuner" section of the Unit.. that outputs on ya TV, then you can simply press the record button(s).. also there is the option of Timer Recording... There was also a TV/VCR switch that had to be toggled on some models... But ya really need a manual I believe the manual is at the below link... www.sharefx.com/archive2.asp?offset=174400

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