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Can't get vcr to record

Have a toshiba W522 vcr, will play a movie fine with sound and picture but can not get it to record. it is connected to our Sharp big screen tv, we have it set for input 2 HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Brenda

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  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2008

    Have same problen wiith toshiba w522 can play moviies on large screen sharp, but cannot record with it. cannot find the manual for it..



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  • littlehoops Aug 10, 2008

    I just got cable tv. I had Dish previously and was able to record shows on my VCR. The cable prompts all tell me that my vcr is recording, but in

    actuallity nothing is being recorded to the vcr. Do I need some kind of

    a box or what. I am able to watch things I had previously recorded or

    movies. I just do not have the ability to make new recordings.



    Harry

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Make sure you are giving the VCR a signal.
If using a RF source (cable or antenna), make sure the VCR's tuner is set up for the right type and channels.
When trying to record put the TV's input to the VCR to make sure it is getting what you want.

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