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Connecting JVC television set model AV29LX2 / JVC home theatre system/satellite decoder / Sony DVD recorder

Hi, I bought the TV and home theatre system (RX5022V) 5 years ago and the Sony DVD recorder model RDRHX750 last year. I cannot get the DVD recorder to record. I can watch DVD's. The recorder's manual only shows how to connect to terrestrial aerial cable but it won't work since the satellite dish has one plug which has to go into the set top box decoder. I want to record TV programs. Please help!
Thanks very much
Lynn

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    will not record anymore then 5 shows then does not record anymore, also turns off after it records show

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You can try the info from this link.

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You need to buy a splitter in order to put one to the DVD recorder and one to the tv from the decoder. You should be able to get one at the Local Radio Shack or other electronics store.

If you need help locating a store, please let me know

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Why did you disconnect the chat session?

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