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How to hook up my vcr to my admiral tv.

I have a 1992 admiral tv. i want to hook my vcr up to it but i can't figure out how to do it. i don't see the input/output plugs on the tv. is there any way that it is possible to hook the vcr up to the tv?

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Look to see if there is a place to put a cable cord if there is you need to hook a cable cord from the tv to the vcr and from the vcr to the tv. so you need to small cords.

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