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When i record on av1 channel on dvd-sr150m there is no picture but there is a picture on av1. If record on bbc1 etc I cannot change length of recording or choose pdc. Please advise as I am ready to throw it out

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  • julietcairns Apr 09, 2008

    There is only a scart wire and rf in/out sockets. No other ports in tv where any other wires could go. I am at a loss!

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Wow, that sounds like either the inputs are mixed in the rear . or there is 2 types of inputs av style or F connector style
av: is the audio/video cables (yellow-red/white)
F- connector: rg-6 cable or rg-59 (old school) and either one that you choose thats the way to record.

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