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Brain fade i have been trying to hook my dvd recorder back up and I am having a brain fade in doing so. I have satellite tv and I can't remember how to hook them up to be able to use the recorder or/and watch tv. I am using a rf switch. Where am I going wrong?

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The manual is located at: www.funai-corp.com/6pdf/om/MWR10D6.pdf (copy and paste in your address bar) it shows some helpful connection scenarios...hope this helps!

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