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Problems using video to record from tv

Ok to record analogue pictures on VCR but cn't seem to pick up and record the freeview channels from the TVs embedded freeview

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Re: Problems using video to record from tv

The tv has 3 scarts try connecting to AV3.

If still no luck go to the TV Menu and then 'Setup Menu' find settings and change AV2 OUTPUT TO TV.

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