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I have a TruTech DW13TT TV and TruTech DV4TS05 DVD-Video Player. I haven't been able to figure out how to record from my TV onto a videotape with this set-up. In trying to figure it out, I followed the DVD-Video Player Instructions to run off the Autoplay Functions, by going to VCR Mode, SETUP, Functions and selecting OFF for Auto Play and AUto TV/VCR. Now I want to change them back and can't even see the SETUP menus on my TV. Help!

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