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Cannot connect dvd

VCR is already connected, can't get the DVD output... not sure if connectors are right (no manual)...is there a different chanel to use?

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It was a faulty cable...

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Now, connect the 211 (the 211 will output to both the component and the HDMI at the same time) directly to the TV with your DVI-HDMI cable. Naturally you'll have to complete your connections for sound following the same idea.
Now using the different inputs on your TV, you can source from the 211 or the DVD, and be able to use the DVD to record as well.--------------OR TRY THIS WAY----------DVDVCR needs to use rca (yellow/white/red) plugs as input. Your TV has outputs for that (tv out/ audio out), that will enable your to tape shows from the TV. That's the first connection.
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