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Hooking up the PIP along with cable and a combo dvd/vcr recorder

How do I do this? I want to hook up the PIP feature along with a cable box and a VCR/DVD recorder. How ?? Help

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From cable box,hook-up yellow,red and white to video input on TV ...Select that input, activate PIP...........Note:Split signal &
give 1/2 to cable box and 1/2 to Antenna A input on TV then hook RF out to tv to Antenna B................Let me know...T.

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youll need thre of these of course when hooking it up dont pay attention to the color on these just the ones from the tv and surround sound and thats it your done it will all work if you want it to were you dont have to get up and push a button everytime most of them if you push all the buttons in at one time theyll stay like that

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