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Coaxial hookup broke off. Can i use an s cable through vcr? need instructions.

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Yes insert the S-video cable into the "output" S-video connector of the VCR insert the other end of the S-video cable into the "input" S-video connector of the TV
insert a red (left channel sound) and, white (right channel sound) rca connector into the red and, white "output" rca jacks on the VCR and, then: connect the other ends of those cables to the "input" rca jacks on the TV. note: a yellow rca cable can be substituted for the S-video cable. next set your tv to channel 3
insert you TV source: cable, satellite.or, antenna
Coaxial cable into the: "input" or, "ant" Coaxial input jack on the VCR
you can now use the VCR to change channels

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If your Sharp television has RCA jacks, you may use them through your VCR. Your VCR would have to have a tuner and then you may use this as a means for getting a signal. Newer VCRs and DVD players generally do not have a tuner. Thanks for asking!

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