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Camcorder connect to Insignia dvd/vhs copier unit

I would like to connect my old camcorder to my unit ,,,, and copy to dvd.

I cannot seem to get the correct setup/

connect to front of unit? back of unit?

Other setups?
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Connect to front press av input button. set it on av 2. make sure your tv input is set to v2-component.

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