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How do i connect,tv,vcr,and satellite box together,so they will work together?

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Hi. I can help you. Run cable from the out on the satellite box to the in on the vcr.
Then run a cable from the out on the vcr to the in on the tv.
if you don't have the cables you need you can obtain them at a radio shack, a walmart, even a home depot or a lowes

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