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I need help to conect my Time warner cable box to my Sony TV,to my DVD reccorder and my VCR.

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What do you want to record to your dvd recorder? Just the timewarner cable box? if so you go from the output of the time warner cable box to the input of the dvd recorder, then the video out of the dvd recorder goes to the input of your sony tv. Then the VCR you can just have on a different input on the tv, so you would go from the ouput of the vcr to an available input on the tv. If you need more assistance please let me know.
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Lee

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