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Cannot get video on tv after vcr hookup. do i have to do something to the tv?

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Hi Denzel, if it's anything like my unit you will need to make sure that the TV receiver is tuned to the VCR. Depending on make and age this will often be a blue screen.

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Make sure the scart leads are fully in both on the vcr and tv,if they are not this can lead to no pic but sound or sound no pic

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