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Trying to copy from camcorder to disc.

I am unable to find the manual to my techwood dvd rewriter. I am trying to copy from camcorder to disc, but failing miserably!! Any help would be appreciated.

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You should connect your camcorder to an av input on your dvd,either scart or phono.Then put the dvd onto the input channel you have connected to,ie say av2,then your camcorder on play and the dvd on record.Hope this helps

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