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How do i get vcr to work with tv

How do you get vcr to work with this tv?? how do i change input and what setting do i put it on? i've changed all setting and think i have cords hooked up correctly. however tv simply says no signal

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The connection would be ideally a SCART cable or a phono AV cable ( red, white, yellow) which are you using? Then turn on TV, then turn on VHS, if the VHS does not show on screen, press the AV/Mode button on remote until VHS on screen!

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