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I'm trying to copy an old vhs video onto a dvd with my dvd maker but I don't see a picture on my screen and i don't know if I connected the device properly to my video machine

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If you don't have the manual, go to:
www.us.kworld-global.com for the current one, as well as the current software downloads.

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The scart to 3 RCA cable required to transfer the signal from the VHS to your PC must be directional. A standard SCART to 3 RCA cable will not work.

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