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One touch copying

Can I perform the one-touch copying without the remote? When I try I get a message on the tv screen that says "No Signal, There is no live picture at the input. Please check connections"
I do have a good tape in and a blank DVD-RW.

Thanks, Jeff

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Of course, press copy, the screen should ask what record speed, then press copy again. This should solve your problem.

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