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Can't find source

When I'm going through the wizard recorder, it asks me to choose a source between AV, S-video, and DV..I have tried setting it to all 3 to try and record and each time it is suppose to record, the tv says it has no signal. What am I doing wrong?

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  • quiggley Apr 13, 2008

    I have the same exact problem, it keeps showing no signal

  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2008

    I am having the same problem, i also have tried all the settings and still nothing.

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My son just figured it out...if you have a cable box..connect the red, yellow, and white plugs that are coming from the back of the cable box into the back of the dvd recorder where it says video in, then use the cables that came with the dvd recorder and plug those in to the video out on the dvd recorder and plug the other end into the tv where it says video in.
If you don't have a cable box you have to buy a S Video cable and that will work too.

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The very same problem i am having, If you find out please e-mail me @ ulcard35@yahoo.com In subject please type DVD PLAYER..Thank you for your help

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