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Recording from LG 42pc1dv plasma tv to LG v782w VCR

When recording via the AV output from the LG tv to the Av input on the LG vcr I get sound but no picture. I have checked the connections and the VCR records perfectly when using the RF input.

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If it does this on all channels then the video on your AV out from the TV is bad.

If it only happens with some channels then this is Macrovision protection working which will not allow you to record premium channels and any that are using this protection.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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