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I WANT TO CONNECT MAGNAVOX ZC352MW8 TO DVD/VCR COMBO AND TO TV TO RECORD VHS TAPES/DVDS AND TV PROGRAMS AS WELL

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I just got a MAGNAVOX ZC352MW8 also. I did get it to record the TV, but I can't get other DVD players to read the disk although the ZC352MW8 reads if fine. I have no idea what is going on with this machine.

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