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Vertical addjustment for a DVD recorder

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I am trying to convert some PAL VCRs to NTSC DVDs from a JVC PAL VCR.

I bought a PAL-to-NTSC converter that works, but the vertical adjustment is off and is recorded as such by my NTSC MAGNAVOX DVD recorder.

Is there a way to fix this?

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