Model #RC897T LG DVD/VCR Combo

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How to Convert VCR's to DVD

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I bet it can get confusing trying to reproduce your library with the equipment you now own. I suggest that you resubmit your question and provide the model numbers of the components in issue so your expert can give you the best possible answer.

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James -
December 10, 2010
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The problem you are having is the way you have the TV hooked up. Your TV does not have a HDMI output. It should have a label that say video out. Most common would only be a composite output (the yellow one). Your DVD recorder hooked up via HDMI is a one way street for data, from the DVD to the TV.

Some VHS tapes of a code that plays while the tape is playing that will not allow you to make a digital copy.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
December 14, 2010
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I am the author of the question - The TV in question is a Samsung Series 6 6300 and it doesn't appear to have a video out of any sort? Any ideas

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papasummers -
December 25, 2010
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You can hook up the VCR directly to your DVD recorder. It might have to be hooked up with the RF connection, the crew on one, from the VCR to the DVD recorder. The DVD recorder would need to be on the channel that the VCR is outputting, channel 3 or 4, to be able to record directly from the VCR.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
December 27, 2010
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I tried this - I connected the VCR with RCA cables to the LG recorder and then pushed Play on the VCR. The Disney movie came through the LG to the TV ok. As soon as I pushed Record on the LG, it said the VCR was copy protected. Ideas are sure welcome...

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papasummers -
January 18, 2011
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Unfortunately, some HVS tapes are protected and cannot be copied this way. Some companies use to sell devices that would strip the code off the tape and be able to copy strait into a computer, but I an not aware of where they could be purchased today.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
January 18, 2011
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