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You cannot transfer VHS to DVD on this model unit by itself. You can, however, connect the AV outputs of this unit (as a VCR) to the respective AV inputs of a separate DVD recorder - using yellow-white-red RCA cables - as long as the source tapes are not copy protected, and the appropriate disc formats for the DVD recorder are used.
According to my Satellite provider tech support. More and more channels are being encoded so that recording equipment cannot capture the signals to prevent piracy. I know the premium channels use this technique now. I would call and ask tech support if there is any copy restrictions in place that would affect your VCR recording before doing any further trouble shooting on the VCR. If you can play pack a prerecorded movie fine with your VCR then it should also record fine. Also try watching the channel through the VCR tuner and I bet you will see the same pattern. The VCR can only record the signal it is given.
I had the same problem trying to use those three codes with a Samsung DVD-R155 recorder and then downloaded the pdf files for all of Comcast's remotes and came up with two codes (1) 20490 and (2) 21470. The second code worked for me. Hope that this will work for someone else.