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Sansui 6010 HI there, I have a sansui 6010 4 head vcr and a digital cable box. i need to knwo how to get everything set up so i can record a show on the tv while i'm away. any ideas?

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Firstly, you're kidding right?

If not, follow the manual which can be found with a google search if you don't have one.

Once you set the clock properly you should have no problem programming the future record time.

Good luck and please tell me you don't drive a vehicle on the roads...

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