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HOOK UP sATELLITE BOX TO vcr AND pHILLIPS FLAT SCREEN tv

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Hello. the first thing is to find the in to ant.!! on your vcr.!!! that's where you hook up the out to tv.!!! from the satellitebox.!!! then you hook up the out to to tv .!!! from your vcr.!!! to your flat screen tv .!!! to the in from ant.!! on your flat screen.!!! that should do it for u .!!! let me know if this help's u. GOOD LUCK.!!!

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Be sure to vote/rate me if this helped Thanks!

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