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Problem with audio when recording

I have a R155 that I can play the TV through with vidoeo and audio but when I try and record the video is good but the audio is not there and actually stops even playing through the speakers. Can anyone help

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There are audio two input audio ports located on R155

Rear, Composite video/audio input( RCA phono x 3 )
Front, Composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 )
Check whether you are using right input ports for the recording.
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Did it work before?

If it worked fine before its possible that some
setting has changed. So to restore default
settings follow these steps.

1st Remove the disc.
Then Press the INPUT SEL. and REC MODE buttons on the front panel of the DVD Recorder simultaneously for 5 seconds or more when the power is on. All settings will revert to the factory settings.

(Note that this function is possible only
when no disc is inserted.)

If that doesnt solve it let me know.

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have you checked the connection when you try recording? input sound is different when it comes to recording from a tv. you should have a connection check at the rear of the tv. usually this is called input and output for the tvin and out. of course when trying to just play a dvd, the source is the dvd player right so the connection at the back of the dvd player connecting to the tv is "out". when you try to record from the tv, then the tv becomes the "out and the dvd player should have connections that should be able to recieve the signal you want to record.

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