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AKAI F260EA I am trying to view videos on an old VCR but do not know how to tuning in the VCR - can anyone help

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  • yorkmeg Nov 01, 2007

    I am trying to view videos on the VCR.

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Just get a pair of AV cables, and connect Audio Out of the VCR (at the rear of the machine) to Audio IN of your TV, and Video Out of VCR to Video IN of TV. Select AV on TV using TVs Remote. Play the casette. You should be able to view the Video.

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