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Tring to link TV to DVD & Sky

I am trying to link my dvd recorder and TV together. I have tried plugging from the tv to dvd to sky and back to dvd. Unfortunately this does not work. The model no is. Daewoo DTY-28W5GB. Are you able to help? Many thanks Donna

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