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Hello, I need your help!!!I would like to use my camcorder to play the VHS-C tapes. But if that won't be easy to explain to me, or it won't work, I do have a TV sitting beside my VHS recorder and it sits on the DVD player. I did buy it from QVC about 5 years ago. I do have my instruction book, but I can't figure it out. My vacation tapes ars of Alaska, Acapulco, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. I do have family Christmas tapes too. That would be a wonderful surprise for my Grandchildren and since I'm retired, I now have time to do this. I sure do hope you can help me. Thanks so much in advance, thanks.My e-mail address is kayrittenour@aol.com

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  • KayRittenour Apr 11, 2008

    I have been able to transfer 1 Christmas tape so far, to DVD. I thank you so much for the assistance. I did have them wired up wrong. But I couldn't "see" it until I got your help. Thank You very much!! I hope I never lose your address in case I need more help. Thank You Thank You Thank You, Kay Rittenour kayrittenour@aol.com

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Is your vcr hooked up to your tv? Is your DVD player hooked up to your tv? If you tell me your camcorder make and model# and your vcr make and model# I'm sure I can make it sound fairly simple for you. So tell what is already hooked up to the tv and what you want hooked up and I'll do the rest. Give me make and model # of your tv too please. Whatever you want, you got Kay! Just let me know the answera and we're there Kay!

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