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The most common way is to use a scart lead, providing the TV has a scart socket and the VCR has too. Use a fully wired lead. If the TV has only one scart socket and you have another device connected to it, such as a DVD player, then get a scart switching box. This way you can have several devices run off the one scart socket.
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