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Tv & video: Which cables join to where

What combination of cables do I use to connect my dvd-vcr to my lcd tv (both Samsung), and which ports do I use?

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You need to put the main aerial into the vcr,then a male to female fly lead from the vcr into the tv and then a scart lead from av1 on the vcr into the scart socket on your tv.

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