Question about GoVideo DVR4200 DVD Player/VCR
Not if the unit itself still works; that is, it still plays videotapes and DVDs (with picture and sound).
Check your TV, you may have the wrong input selected for your unit (and/or other connected devices), or the TV is on the wrong channel; hence why you can't see anything from the VCR.
As for the ComCast box, give them a call and ask about it - quote the box number, and ask if it is digital or analogue - if it is the latter, they should replace the box free of charge as part of your cable subscription.
You do not need a new combo unit, unless you want one later which has a digital tuner. All it means is that you have no analogue TV channels in your combo unit.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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