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Toshiba D-VR610KU Is there a tuner on this thing? I want to be able to record one channel and view another but can't figure it out.

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This is a tunerless dvd recorder. You choose the channel from your TV tuner. No it does not have a tuner in the DVR. More info at WWW.toshiba.com/tacp...after long search I discovered that Toshiba has parts distributors that sell the owner manuals. Sucks!

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I have cabletelevision, how do u connect this up to your TV?

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