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VCR Taping When you shut the TV off in attempt to tape a program, it does not tape! Will only tape if TV is on!

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If you are recording a program off the TV - it has to be on. If the TV is the monitor of what you are recording, then you have a hookup snafu.

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

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2 - Plug a lead from "RF output" into tv's "RF input"
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