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please refer to this picture: http://www.retrevo.com/r/375bh427/3/Connections+for+your+VCR#q=Zenith+VRB4215
Rather than use the method in the picture above you should use the audio L+R and video OUT on your VCR and connect these three to the color matching audio IN and video IN ports on your television. The colors are red, and white for audio and yellow for the video. If you do not own a cable like this simply pick one up at radio shack they will know exactly what you need. The pictured method will work also but the picture and sound quality will not be the best possible.
Remember you are sending data OUT from the VCR and IN to the TV
Sounds like the video heads are worn and time to replace them. You can try Asti Magnetics. The part number you are looking for is "378". Sells for $55 plus shipping. A bit cheaper but quality parts. I've dealt with them in the past. You can decide if the VCR is worth it to repair.
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check this LINK to download your schematic diagram. Make sure you get all the 7 parts before you can open it.
You will need winrar and acrobat reading 6.0 or newer to view the schematic.
Yes coming in her VCR with Cable or ant, if she has satellite it would be different. Going out to tv from VCR. Then in is Input the Out is Output. RF cable connection or A/V inputs(jacks) either one same way of hookup.