I bought a VHS and a TV in one but find out that it has A/V input but no A/V output. I need to record/transfer my VHS to DVD. I f you can give me an insight (from video ) to where I can hook/solder the A/v output connector to VHS player. And also, I figure out there is a wiring connection from the VHS to TV on the inside the reason why there is no A/V output. If someone could help me pinpoint in a picture diagram to where I could solder an output connector?

by Amperio
March 01, 2018

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by Capotecnico
March 02, 2018

I bought a VHS and a TV in one but find out that it has A/V input but no A/V output. I think this is really the problem if you understand.

by Amperio
March 02, 2018

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