How to Hook up a VCR?

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You can hook a vcr up to your tv pretty easy. Attach a black coaxial cable to the back of the vcr where it reads out to tv and hook the other end up to the back of the tv and your all set.
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How to Hook Up a VCR
To hook up a VCR to a television, take the cable line off the TV set and hook it up to the jack on the VCR that says "Input." Connect the "Output" lead from the VCR and connect it to the television with instructions from the owner of a TV and VCR repair... More »
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How you hook up a VCR depends on how old your television is. If it has a coaxial cable input, you simply attach the cable to the line out of the television and the line in on the VCR. If it has RCA ports, you simply connect the CA cables to the output of the television and the input of the VCR.
To hook up a VCR to a television set, generally it is best to follow the instructions in your VCR user guide. At the TV set disconnect the cable that comes from the wall (the cable TV cable or antenna). Connect this to the antenna-in jack located on the back of the VCR. If there is an RF connection on the TV, connect the RF cable to the TV antenna terminal and the TV-out jack on the back of the VCR. If there is an AV input terminal on the TV, connect an AV cable from the AV-in jack on the TV to the audio-out and video-out jacks on back side of the VCR. Set the TV to A/V input mode or video input mode. Set the VCR channel (usually 3 or 4) using your TV user guide for details. Plug the VCR power cord into a power outlet.
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Wow a VCR haven't heard of that in a long time. There is a cable wire from the VCR that hooks up to the back of your TV. Plug in the VCR and your ready to press power and play.
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1. Determine whether your television has an RF connection or an AV (audio-visual) connection. (If the television doesn't have an AV input terminal, then it has an RF connection. See
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1 Determine your VCR’s connectors. Older VCR’s will usually have a coaxial connector, which is a protruding jack with threads on the outside and a single pinhole in the
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Read the instructions that came with them.
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Wow a VCR haven't heard of that in a long time. There is a cable wire from the VCR that hooks up to the back of your TV. Plug in the VCR and your ready to press ...
Wow a VCR haven't heard of that in a long time. There is a cable wire from the VCR that hooks up to the back of your TV. Plug in the VCR and your ready to press ...
Wow a VCR haven't heard of that in a long time. There is a cable wire from the VCR that hooks up to the back of your TV. Plug in the VCR and your ready to press ...
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