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Toshiba SD-37VB not starting

Display flashes every 5 seconds, but will not stay on

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SOURCE: since change over to digital dvd/vcr Toshiba

Subcribe to cable or satellite tv services.Ur dvd/vcr unit will able to be used to record on VHS tapes again.Because cable or satellite tv services the tv incomming broadcasting tv signal still do broadcasting comming in as analog tv signal for the analog devices as analog devices require as it needed.

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