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HELP 1. Is there a way that I can burn my home movie vhs. It will burn from store bought ones but not the ones I have copied onto. it says no signal. 2.Is there a way around getting it to burn from a vhs that makes the dvd recorder say Protected Source.

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Hi,
There should be no problem with copying home recorded VHS tapes to DVD via the Scart or Video (yellow) output. It may be obvious but have you tried recording directly from other sources such as TV etc. Apologies if this is a trivial suggestion!

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