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I have a Toshiba DVD video recorder D-KR10KU and I want to know if I can record from two different channels when I set up the timer recorder? Or, am I only able to set it up to time record one channel. When setting up the time record you are never asked what channel you want to record from. On my old VCR you could record from different channels at different times because when you set up the recording it asked what channel you wanted. My current DVD recorder doesn't ask that question when you are setting it up to record different programs. What is up? Am I just out of luck or what? Thanks...

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Unfortunately on this model you don't have the channel option for recording. Only one channel at a time, sorry.

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