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Transferring a VHS tape to DVD.

How do you transfer a VHS to a DVD? Also which DVD does it need to be DVD- or DVD+.

Thanks for your help.

Diane

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  • slw2082 Jun 16, 2008

    bought this item on ebay, and have done my research as to make sure it's the correct unit. can't seem to get it to dub from vhs to dvd. read up on the other topics and do not have a dub button on remote i received was wondering if there is another way to do so. I also lack a manual. thanks

  • marie12345 Aug 15, 2008

    How do you transfer a VHS to DVD ? Also which DVD dose it need to be DVD - or DVD + Thank You

    Kathy( katmckenzie4@hotmail.com)

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First - be sure you have a DVD RECorder unit and just not a playback unit- It must say recorder on the unit and your manual --
You need DVD-R dvds only to put into this unit.
The instructions are involved and include 5 steps--
1. Format the empty disc.-done automatically when you put any empty disc into the unit.press yes
2. Put on VHS mode on -remote-light VHS lights up on unit
3. Press Dubbing on the remote and press yes
4. When finished press stop on the remote- wait
5. Finalize the DVD- this must be done p. 27 and 28 in manual or see info in my other solutions.
All this process is in the manual on page.76
Have fun DD

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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