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Vcr recording what procedure do i have to do to record from one vcr to another using the receiver.

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See page 10 of the manual re connections
The vcr (or DVD hard drive) you want to tape to has to be plugged in to the sockets shown for "video cassette recorder"

I connect the vcr that I want to tape from as per the "TV/DBS"

I select TV/DBS and hit play on the from vcr.
Then I hit record on the to VCR (or in my case a DVD hard drive)

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