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Vcr won't record tv

My vcr will not record tv programmes I have tried to tune the stations in but can't

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  • psalm1 Nov 22, 2007

    when I press vcr/tv, then record, to record a program, it does not record.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2008

    I just got a cablevision box my govide is model dv2130 i can't record a tv program.

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Try pressing the record and play button simultaneously

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