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what inputs does the old Daewood / VCR combo use is it RCA and Video cable on an AV input? How many Av inputs are there in TV ? Does the DVD player have AV out audio out (Yellow) RCA (Red and White). If you do not have enough AV inputs on the Tv use an AV switch box . and Switch two AV RCA inputs /DVD and VCR and into one output to the TV. You may be able to feed the AV out RCA out into the VCR AV in and switch the input on the VCR.
The problem with your DVD/VCR is that when you hooked up your new TV you probably removed the power cord for the DVD/VCR during installing and running your new wires and such.
Your DVD/VCR has known problems in the power supply. This is very common. When unplugged, this allowed the capacitors to discharge and now wont work at all. It is very possible that if you left your DVD/VCR plugged into the AC wall socket it might begin to work after a couple of days. I wouldn't plan on it though.
Your DVD/VCR will need power supply repairs.The cost should be around $100 dollars. if you would like one of our stores to repair this for you we would be happy.
please visit http:www.albiontvandcomputer.com You can send us the unit and we can repair this for you and return in about a week.
The tray is blocked. Unplug and open the
player's casing and check for any obstructions and remove it. It might
be a disc or something. Check also the gear as you can hear the motor running but the tray don't open.
My DVD/VCR Daewoo locked and everytime i pressed a button it just said LOCK! I plugged off the vcr for a few hours and then plugged it back in and pressed the on button. Now im watching the dvd that was stuck inside. Try it, you just never know.
PS is progressive scan, unless you have the player hooked up to a HDTV on its component inputs it wont play video, you need to locate button either on the front of the unit or on the remote for the Progressive Scan, this might be a good thing to look up in the manual as I dont know much about this unit.