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I'm having trouble connecting m dch70 cable box to me phillips vcr and television.

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The wire from the wall / outside is connected to (in) on the cable box... short cable wire connect to (out) of cable box to (in) on vcr another short cable wire connect to (out) of vcr to the tv....Note both the TV and VCR must be set to Ch 3 and TV source will be cable not air....

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