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Tv/vcr combo now that I have my converter box...I can no longer tape my programs..

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    Pat Bailey Jun 24, 2009

    my tv is a vcr/tv combo...the vcr is built in the tv...thanks

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Assuming your using VHS remember that signal needs to be from ANTENNA to CONVERTER to VHS to TV...

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