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I have a Sony TV Model #KD-27FS170. A SonyVCR ModelSLV-N51 VHS. A Apex Model # AD 1500 DVD. MY TV Antenna is outside hooking up to the VCR IN. VCR out to TV antenna IN.Where do I run the rest of the cables to make everthing function. I need a diagram. Thank You O D Taylor

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Basically its Dvd out the Vcr input
antenna to ant in on the vcr
and then vcr out to tv
and then ant vcr out to tv ant or ant to tv antI have a Sony TV - efdf09b.jpg

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jul 17, 2008

    i hope thats what u wanted,, OH by the way just make sure the color codes match..

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This pdf should help
http://www.u46.k12.il.us/ehs/letourneauthomas/userfiles/42456_VCRHookup.pdf

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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    Darwish Al-helo Jul 17, 2008

    this should work for watching tv and recording to vcr.

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