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Liz,, most DVD players come with RED, Yellow, White cables. on back of ur DVD player find the holes with the matching colors. and insert cables, now go to ur TV , on the back you should see some of the same colors plugins ,.once u have done that . put in a DVD and hit play. now go to the input/source button on ur TV or remote and push it . u might see a drop down menu if u do highlight the AV or Video 1 or 2 or 3 till u get a picture. when finished u will have to hit the input button and go Back to where u were in order to watch what u had it on before. NOW if u have a Blu Ray DVD player all u need is the HDMI cable , find the HDMI output onback of player and on the TV find the same. your tv might have 3 or so HDMI inputs ,, any will work. as before put in a movie, use ur remote , input button and find the HDMI on the menu and high light it. .

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If you can watch the videos on the TV, your cables are correct, but you don't generally record a video to DVD using the record button. Most VCR/DVD combinations have a DUBBING button on the front of the player and/or the remote control for copying from one to the other.

Additionally, some players can only record from video to DVD, some can only record from DVD to video and others will do both. On players that can do both, you need to instruct the player whether you want to record from video to DVD or vice-versa.

If you can le me know the model number of the player, I can let you know which recording options are available on your player, how to record and (hopefully) supply a new manual which you can download and print. The model number may be on the front of the player, but usually these are found on a label on the back of the player.


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