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DVD/VHS combination will play brand new DVDs but will not play

Any rental DVDs, only new DVS. I have already replaced this where I bought it and even with the new combination, still will not play a rental. I have wiped off the DVD. This is frustrating

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Does your vhs/dvd can copy to copy from dvd to vhs, if yes this might be the problem.

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